Category: Contact Center Trends & Insights

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5 things every contact center leader should know about customer acquisition cost

5 things every contact center leader should know about customer acquisition cost

By now, contact center leaders are well aware of the impact great CX has on customer loyalty. Providing satisfying customer service experiences can build strong relationships that lead to lower churn and can turn happy customers into brand advocates. Taking care of customers is as important as ever these days because their expectations are increasing, and loyalty can be fleeting. As the late US football coach Vince Lombardi said, "It takes months to find a customer… seconds to lose one.”
An inside look at contact center bpos

An inside look at contact center BPOs

Like everyone else, contact center BPOs (business process outsourcers) are emerging from more than a year of drastic and unforeseen upheaval. How have BPOs weathered this challenging period? How are they navigating this still-changing landscape and a “new normal?” And, what does the future look like in the world of BPOs?
5 cant miss ai use cases for your contact center

5 Can’t Miss AI Use Cases for Your Contact Center

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the latest buzzword in the business world. Organizations are looking to AI to do everything from automating help desk responses to speeding up the development of life-saving drugs. It's true that artificial intelligence has the potential to transform business processes and outcomes, but AI isn't the answer to all of life's problems and the technology needs to evolve a lot before it can identify a cure for cancer.
2degrees employee and customer centric culture built on shared purpose fun

2degrees Employee - and Customer-centric Culture Built on Shared Purpose, Fun

There’s a direct link between employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction. Happy employees equal happy customers. Unhappy employees lead to unhappy customers. It’s not quite as simple as that, but as a generalization it’s not too far off. Employees are the driving factor behind customer satisfaction. Employee interactions set the tone for a positive or negative customer experience. When employees aren’t happy at work, their interactions with customers can, and almost always will, suffer. Over the course of time, this can have serious repercussions for a business.