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Customer Experience is the emotional affect an individual feels about an organization, goods, or services. Customer experience is an area of focus for organizations that view the customer as an important asset. It is also used to describe an individual interaction an person has with an organization.

Mind-blowing reality contact center agents share with doctors

In this video learn about Doctor Ava Knight and her plight with delivering the best patient (customer) experience. Ava became a doctor because she loves to help people, she loves to connect with people, she likes to build relationships, she likes to know she has made a difference in the lives of people. Ava shares [...]

How to raise customer confidence with your contact center agents

The 29 Quality Assurance Mistakes to Avoid e-book and self-assessment includes the question “Do your customers rate their confidence in the answer provided by the agent as part of your quality process?”  The e-book contains questions designed to uncover opportunities in Quality Assurance programs within customer contact centers. A major task for management is to [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:41+00:00 April 10th, 2014|Customer Experience, Quality Assurance|0 Comments

Contact Center Resources for Marketing Professionals

All of the brand promises developed by marketing professionals can be fulfilled, broken, or discovered in the contact center. More and more marketing professionals are taking keen interest in the operation and insights that can be captured in contact centers. Moments of truth, magic moments, defining moments, tipping points, perceptions, expectations, and recovery can all [...]

How do channels like e-mail, chat, Twitter and Facebook impact the agent

Recently Matt McConnell interviewed Jim Rembach at Customer Relationship Metrics; the original post is located on Intradiem's blog. In an effort to provide better customer service, contact centers have added more channels of communication. But how do channels like e-mail, chat, Twitter and Facebook impact the agent? Ultimately, it’s a balancing act, says Jim Rembach, senior vice president [...]

Infographic of contact center solutions like we see on TV

Want to solve ALL your customer experience and contact center issues TODAY? It’s easy! Get the infographic of contact center solutions like we see on TV and learn about the multivitamins you can give your agents to improve engagement energy! Or you can use the Customer Experience in a spray to instantly provide that WOW [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:42+00:00 March 6th, 2014|Customer Experience, Infographics|1 Comment

Top Reasons Quality and Training Programs Must Integrate

“Are your quality and training programs integrated?” is a question that was included in the 29 Quality Assurance Mistakes to Avoid ebook and self-assessment. The ebook and self-assessment includes diagnostic questions to uncover common problems of the long history of Quality Assurance in contact centers. As a fallback, it’s natural to seek benchmarking reports for… [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:42+00:00 February 11th, 2014|Customer Experience, Quality Assurance|0 Comments

Video Measuring the Customer Experience 5 Issues and 5 Actions to Take

Measuring the Customer Experience with Customer Satisfaction (CSAT), Net Promoter score (NPS), American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), and Customer Effort score (CES) – are all topics of discussion in this on-demand video. Which one is right for you? Are you "stuck" with one of them? What do you do? Measuring the customer experience is challenging [...]

Gallery – 29 mistakes to avoid with quality assurance programs

Below are the question pages in image format for 29 Mistakes to Avoid with Quality Assurance Programs eBook with Self- assessment. You can download the entire quality assurance ebook for free in our contact center resource library. If you would like permission to use these, or have any questions, you may contact us anytime. [...]

Webinar: Measuring Customer Experience: 5 Issues & 5 Actions

Customer Relationship Metrics very own Jim Rembach, Customer Experience Professionals Association (www.CXPA,org) CX Expert Panel member, will speak at Measuring Customer Experience: 5 Frequent Issues and 5 Actions, (WATCH THE ON-DEMAND RECORDING) a Keynomics Webinar. Measuring the customer experience correctly is the focus of most contact center leaders. Beyond just CX measurement we want to [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:43+00:00 January 22nd, 2014|Customer Experience|0 Comments

Gallery – 25 causes of customer experience big data dysfunction self-assessment

Below are the question pages in image format for 25 causes of Customer Experience Big Data Dysfunction eBook with Self- assessment. You can download the entire ebook for free in our contact center resource library. If you would like permission to use these, or have any questions, you may contact us anytime. [/one_third_last] […]…

Gallery – 25 Voice of the customer mistakes to avoid and self-assessment

Below are the question pages in image format for 25 Voice of the Customer Mistakes to Avoid eBook and self- assessment. You can download the entire ebook for free in our contact center resource library. If you would like permission to use these, or have any questions, you may contact us anytime. [/one_third_last] […]…

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:43+00:00 January 20th, 2014|Customer Experience, Voice of the Customer|0 Comments

The 5 Best in contact center quality excellence

The truth is, the customer experience is a large impact on the value of your contact center. And the quality items you measure, manage and report metrics on greatly influence the result. Having a problem with empathy? Quality Assurance is driving that. Have a problem with FCR? Yep, QA. Have a problem with agent morale? [...]

29 Mistakes to avoid with quality assurance programs

Mistakes to Avoid with Quality Assurance Self-Assessment and Tips Today Customer Relationship Metrics, L.C. released a new ebook 29 Mistakes to Avoid with Quality Assurance that includes a 29-point (and a bonus) self-assessment on common mistakes that can be avoided that ultimately undermine a contact center’s ability to maximize customer experiences with service delivery. The [...]

Wow Customer Experiences from Contact Center Quality

Do you want to deliver better customer experiences in your contact centers? Do you want customers to be wowed?  Are you happy with your contact center quality program? I know, these seem like stupid questions to actually expect a response. Really, who in their right mind would answer “no”?  This is exactly why I did [...]

Launching a customer-centric approach with Quality Assurance

Launching a customer-centric approach with Quality Assurance Dr. Jodie, we want to change our existing approach to a more customer-centric approach.  Where is the best place to start?   - John D.   Thanks for your question, John.  Changing from a product-centric or company-centric approach to a customer-centric approach will certainly serve your company well in [...]

Quality Assurance Optimization Requires Transformation

Every company has a department, or several, that perform internal checks to ensure that the quality of the product, service, process, and technology meets or exceeds company-defined standards. Most people refer to these departments as Quality Assurance or QA. Contact centers have been a fertile hotbed for Quality activities for decades! But, have you ever [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:44+00:00 December 9th, 2013|Customer Experience, Quality Monitoring|1 Comment

CX Bang with Quality Transformation

This page was created in part for the Customer Insights to Action (CIA) Bulletin Newsletter; register here to subscribe.   Dr. Jodie, we are interested in transforming the customer experience in our contact center but I’ve heard that traditional Voice of the Customer programs are not the best route any more.  Do you have a [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:44+00:00 November 7th, 2013|Customer Experience, Quality Assurance|1 Comment

Why Managing the Customer Experience is Like Herding Cats

Some of the best television commercials that have ever aired have been debuted during the Super Bowl. Yee Haw One of my favorites is an advertisement that aired in the year 2000 for Electronic Data Systems (EDS), now part of HP. The ‘Cat Herders’ commercial visually documents the extraordinary courage, effort, and gratification of being [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:44+00:00 October 10th, 2013|Customer Experience|2 Comments

Marketing Attacks Ambush the Customer Experience

Preventing marketing attacks from ambushing the customer experience The concept of guiding patronage behavior can be traced all the way back to ancient Greece and in the print media back to the 1600s. I’m sure you’ve felt the impact of an effective marketing campaign and can personally attest to the success of such efforts on [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:45+00:00 September 30th, 2013|Customer Experience, Marketing, Voice of the Customer|0 Comments

Survey Questions that Suck

This page was created in part for the Customer Insights to Action (CIA) Bulletin Newsletter; register here to subscribe. You've heard that "communication is a lost art form" and can test that theory easily by asking your child what they did at school today. You will likely hear a mumbled 'nothing'. Surely, the child did something at [...]

By | 2016-12-05T15:14:45+00:00 September 26th, 2013|Customer Experience, IVR Post-call Surveys|0 Comments