Improving First Call Resolution in your Contact Center

Improving First Call Resolution in your Contact Center

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This case study has been updated and included with an additional case study in the Maximum Agent Performance Report: The Astonishing Truth for Contact Center Leaders.   


Improving First Call Resolution is easier when you avoid the mistakes found in this case study…

This white paper is based on a six-month case study of two call centers and how they measured (differently) First Call Resolution (FCR).

You will be amazed at how one call center experienced over a 300% ROI over the other call center by taking a different approach. Despite having a higher initial investment the payback to the higher performing call center was tremendous.

As you will see, the reduced operating cost for the performance winner resulted in a payback of less than one month.

“The reduced costs to operations was tremendous”

In this Case Study you will learn about how common call center practices in measuring FCR are failing and preventing many from getting what they need to driver improved performance.

Get ready to leap miles ahead of your competition and attack FCR failures with a vengeance.

”Improving First Call Resolution with Agent Accountabilities” covers:

  • What’s wrong with FCR Benchmarking today
  • A comparison in FCR performance for two call centers that will help you
  • Links to additional resources to further your continued FCR efforts


In addition to this ebook on call center analytics, get other contact center best practices on Call Center Surveying, Quality Monitoring, Speech Analytics, Social Media in the Contact Center and Eliminating the Worst Call Center Common Practice and more in our Resource Library.

About Jim Rembach

Jim Rembach is a panel expert with the Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) and an SVP for Customer Relationship Metrics (CRM). Jim spent many years in contact center operations and leverages this to help others. He is a certified Emotional Intelligence (EQ) practitioner and frequently quoted industry expert. Call Jim at 336-288-8226 if you need help with customer-centric enhancements.

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