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Performance Management Bridges the Divide Between Big Data and Big Knowledge

Aspect

The more you know about the details of what’s happening in your operation, the better you can be at deciding whom to hire, whom to coach, what training to require, when to request voluntary OT, how many people to staff for chat and 1,000 other issues. There is information everywhere: in your ACD , WFM, CRM, quality management, recording, surveys, speech analytics and self-service systems.

3 Ways to Use Big Data to Improve Customer Service in Your Call Center

Talkdesk

Oxford defines “big data” as “extremely large data sets that may be analyzed computationally to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions.” Big data is of special interest to businesses that wish to gauge their consumers’ preferences and ideas regarding customer service. So how can your team use big data to provide top-notch customer service? Data Analysis.

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Workforce Optimization Ushers in the Real-Time Contact Center

DMG Consulting

These innovations have come hand in hand with megatrends that include Big Data, analytics, mobility, increased server processing speeds (and decreased costs), the market influence of Millennials (the “smart device” generation), the gig economy, and, of course, the cloud. Interaction analytics collects data from free-form, open-ended dialogues; it can also mine customer data from the web and social media to extract information about customer sentiment.

2017 Is Out, 2018 Is In – What Will Customer Service Look Like This Year?

Comm100

According to CCW Digital’s Report, 61% of companies agree that agent coaching is a top investment priority for 2018. Other agent investment priorities include training (as listed by 57% of companies surveyed), quality monitoring and management (54%), dashboards (53%) and scheduling and forecasting (50%). Practice customer journey mapping to see where in their journey your customers are coming across friction. Introduction.