TTEC has arranged two forthcoming in-person events on October 14th and No-vember 25th in partnership with our friends at Intelligent Sourcing magazine. The focus is on building back better after the pandemic - not just returning to whatever we considered was normal back in 2019.
The contact centre industry is driven by customer experiences that are easy, difficult, joyful, stressful and everything in between. It’s incredibly important to take these everyday interactions from associates and customers and quantify them in a tangible way.
Customers want to reach brands on their own terms, whenever, wherever. Chatbot and messaging capabilities are the essential tools needed to provide this 24/7, personalised customer service. But these two platforms aren’t interchangeable.
Outsourcing and managed services are appealing options for many companies at a time when workforces are stretched thin. But don’t be fooled—these terms aren’t interchangeable. Both involve receiving business services from a third party but determining which of the two options is the better fit could make the difference between a thriving company versus just staying afloat.
This article summarises a recent white paper I wrote on the insurance industry. You can locate the full version of the white paper on the TTEC website here.
The digital transformation of contact centres has been accelerating at a pace never seen before – jump-started even further by the pandemic.
TTEC and Genesys recently hosted a webinar focused on ‘How to Navigate the Complexity of Digital Transformation.’ The guest speakers on the webinar were Gilles Talbot, Strategic Business Consulting Director at Genesys, and Ryan Swanger, SVP Solutions Factory at TTEC.
The digital customer reality is upon us. Over the past few years, there has been the emergence of “mobile-only” customers who prefer digital and mobile tools. The line between the online and offline worlds continues to blur more every day with mobile banking and tools, virtual customer service, and robust shopping experiences. It’s nearly impossible to serve customers without employing digital channels.