Transforming customer experiences

The NICE inContact Blog

Category: Contact Center Management

14 blogs
ECSI and CXone

With CXone Technology, ECSI ‘Acts Like the Big Guys’

The story of student loan servicer ECSI is a story of partnership and the sense of a higher mission, one of providing support to colleges and universities and of helping young people and their families navigate financial issues they may be encountering for the first time. It’s a story of building relationships and providing services in meaningful ways to constituents who need them. Above all, ECSI’s story is one of a small business able to perform like a much larger one—all while continuing to grow and provide exceptional experiences with every interaction.
Digital Customer Experience Big Results on a Small Business Budget

Digital Customer Experience: Big Results on a Small Business Budget

To stay ahead of the customer experience transformation underway, you need the right transformational tools -- tools that have the potential to improve cashflow, empower agents and delight customers. Fortunately, these tools are easily accessible to all businesses -- large and small. When small business uses the right tools to offer a digital customer experience, they can achieve big results while also experiencing significant financial benefits.
Call center agent is more productive and aligns with business goals due to cloud performance management software.

Five common contact center pain points, and how performance management software can help

If you are manually pulling reports from disparate systems, processes become very inefficient and ultimately lead to a delay in visibility while the analysis and aggregation occurs. That’s why it’s so important for contact centers to have a performance management process to automatically aggregate raw data from the plethora of different data sources the contact center pulls from.
Managing quality with a work from anywhere workforce

Managing Quality with a Work from Anywhere Workforce

When COVID-19 first necessitated a work from anywhere approach, most contact centres were concerned with the basics: connecting remote contact centre agents to essential systems; redirecting customers to digital channels to lighten the load on contact centre agents; and trying to deliver a consistent experience under the circumstances.