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Cutting costs and improving customer service are everlasting business goals in any economy. With capital expense budgets shrinking, however, more organizations are adding a third goal to the list: extending the life of their existing contact center infrastructure. In other words, companies want to deliver better service at lower costs using the software and hardware they already own.
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One relationship to examine as you look to trim costs is the one you have with your service bureau. Service bureaus are evolving
There is no rule of thumb about the extra lift to expect when a follow-up e-mail is sent after a direct mail promotion or actual purchase. But here’s some important things to consider before sending that follow-up e-mail
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We know through statistics and stories that multichannel customers are far superior to those who have only ordered from a single channel
Every merchant would in theory want to achieve true multichannel integration. The major benefits to this range from improved customer satisfaction and
There are two basic routes to true multi-channel integration.
Global communications company BT recently joined up with contact center technology company CosmoCom to promote adoption of green IT practices including the use of remote agents among contact centers in the U.K.
Want to transform customer insight into multichannel success? All you have to do is take an analytics-driven approach. But that’s typically easier said