On a recent webinar, “Future proofing customer contact: Enable always-on CX for the always-connected customer” CX experts from TTEC and TTEC’s key technology partner in Europe, LivePerson, shared lessons and insights about the trends that are shaping customer experience in today’s new reality and how
Many experts say, “Looking for a job is a full-time job”. It takes time, effort and patience to find the right fit. Perfecting your resume, combing the web for job openings, networking with friends and colleagues and getting acquainted with each company’s uniquely different application and hiring process is stressful.
The nature of work and life has been forever altered by COVID-19, forcing industries of all nature to rapidly adapt. This is especially true for the BPO space, which had to prioritise technology for continuity and to enhance customer and employee experiences that have shifted home.
The days of colossal IT projects are over. Long live nimble, accelerated digital initiatives.
A quick skim among the tech press shows what on the surface looks to be troubling news - spending on "digital transformation" projects globally is down in the wake of the coronavirus.
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.
The Coronavirus pandemic has led to tectonic shifts in how people live and work all around the world. Social distancing and stay-at-home orders have upended traditional societal norms for work, commerce and play. And though the future is uncertain, what is known is that things will not go back to exactly how they were before the crisis started.
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.
At its best, sales is about helping clients succeed. When we help our clients win, we win as well. But these aren’t normal times and sales approaches that worked a few months ago may not work today. How can salespeople survive or even come out stronger in this new reality? The answer comes down to three core principles: be authentic, buyer-focused, and human. Here are four examples of how sales leaders can do exactly that.
The COVID-19 pandemic has blown open the so-called “digital front door” of financial institutions—forcing companies to scramble to accommodate an influx of digital interactions and transactions. Reacting to change is one thing, though, and proactively meeting customer expectations is another.