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3 Key Strategies for Long-Term Contact Centre Success

The world has changed, success lies in organisations that are nimble enough to utilise innovations born out of crisis. CX leaders in the European contact centre space who want to emerge stronger after COVID-19 need to act on the new expectations of both their customers and agents.

3 Ways Automation Provides Authenticity at Scale in a Crisis

Customers want to be heard in times of uncertainty, but massive call spikes and closed offices are some of the challenges are getting in the way of the human connection that’s desperately needed right now.

Contact Centres Maintain Human Connections in Times of Crisis

In times of crisis -- like right now -- people are naturally anxious. They are unsure of what will happen next. They have questions. They need answers. And in many cases, they are looking to connect with other people to share their experiences, emotions and find someone who will listen. It’s a way to gain reassurance that we’re all in this together.

4 Work-from-home Resiliency Strategies for the Contact Center

To weather a crisis, it’s essential that you react and plan strategically. TTEC’s webinar, COVID-19 NOW: What you need to Know NOW, tackled the resiliency practices contact centres need to face histories largest at-home migration.

3 Essential Steps to Prepare Bots and Employees for Shared Success

Raise your hand if this describes your firm: Everyone wants to be innovative, but not everyone wants to change. Consider automation. Employees understand the benefits of automation and bots but research shows many employees also fear being replaced by technology.

What 2010 Can Teach Us About CX Excellence in 2020

Spend on your CX to win on Black Friday

The UK and the US have always inspired each other ‘across the pond’. One of the biggest imports over the years has been Black Friday. Kicking off in stores 29th November this year, with many sales the week before and after, Black Friday deals have transformed holiday season retail in the UK.