Why A Seamless Customer Experience Is Vital To Your Business Success
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2d ago
What is a Seamless Customer Experience A seamless customer experience is one where the customer interacts with a company in a smooth, effortless manner. The customer feels that their needs are understood, meaning the company is able to anticipate the customer's needs and proactively offer solutions. For example, a company that offers personalized product recommendations based on the customer's purchase history is demonstrating an understanding of the customer's needs. As mentioned, smooth customer experiences are also effortless. This means that the customer does not encounter any obstacles o ..read more
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Why Customer Health Scoring Matters
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2w ago
Understanding and measuring customer sentiment and health is a critical aspect of running a successful business. It allows you to gauge how your customers feel about your brand, products, and services, and make adjustments as needed to improve the customer experience. By regularly tracking customer health, businesses can make informed decisions that lead to increased customer satisfaction, retention, and revenue.   Nowadays, customer sentiment analysis can be gathered through various tools, channels, reviews, and feedback. Tracking customer interactions and retention metrics is another, d ..read more
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Your Guide to Automation for Customer Support
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by Zane Vanderberg
2M ago
Customer support demand is always growing larger and larger. As your customers expect more and more from your business, it’s likely that your business will be hard-pressed to deliver speed and quality service that meets their expectations. When a business runs into sinking quality issues, they naturally look to expand their support team, however this isn’t always a viable solution.  Luckily, your business isn’t stuck between a rock and a hard place – with the proper customer support software, your support team can improve efficiency and satisfaction without increasing headcount or balloon ..read more
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What your live chat security is missing
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by Zane Vanderberg
2M ago
Data security is no longer just a nice-to-have for messaging and live chat. Data breaches are becoming common, and in an environment where mindfulness about privacy is at an all-time high, businesses risk serious damage if they fail to keep up.  This privacy focus also arrives at a time when customer demands for immediacy are also peaking. Live chat solutions are designed to provide fast communications, but can they also do it while securing business and customer privacy? It seems like an oxymoron.  Luckily there are several security-minded solutions on the market, though not all of ..read more
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Rising Support Demand Reduces Revenue – State of Support Part 1
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by Zane Vanderberg
2M ago
Support demand is rapidly and continuously increasing and few businesses are prepared to address the rising needs of their customers. According to TeamSupport’s State of Support report for 2022, overall support demand is rising at an average rate of 11%. That means your support team is getting more emails, more requests, more everything. Chances are that your support team is already getting hammered by the sheer volume of customer issues, not to mention the potential for complexity.  The simple solution is to just hire more support staff, however for most businesses that isn’t a viable o ..read more
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The Effects of Good Customer Service
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by Zane Vanderberg
3M ago
Providing honest, good customer service is a low-bar to clear – or so it seems. A good customer service platform really just has to do one thing, put the customer first. On the outside, it looks like a simple grade-school high jump competition. The bar is low, it looks easy to jump, but once you get into all the technicalities of the Fosbury Flop, it starts to get a smidge dicey.  But if a business provides good customer service and places the customer first, then the effects of that commitment can be significant. Ultimately, the more effort and focus a business puts into providing qualit ..read more
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How to Promote Self-Service to Your Customers
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by Zane Vanderberg
4M ago
Most businesses maintain some sort of customer self-service tools, whether it’s a chatbot or guide bot framework or a collection of knowledge base articles. Chances are your business maintains some sort of a self-service option, but does your business do a good job of promoting that to your customers? Self-service provides customers the opportunity to solve a question on their own without directly involving your customer support team or help desk ticketing software. In this way, not only does self-service empower customers, but it empowers your customer service team by lessening the burden of ..read more
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5 strategies for managing customer expectations
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by Zane Vanderberg
4M ago
A customer can expect everything from the ordinary to the seemingly impossible. But whether or not a customer is asking you to take them to the Moon or provide a simple reporting apparatus, your business needs to be able to meet their expectations in at least some manner, or risk the consequences. So in the cases where a customer is asking for something you can't provide, whether that's faster response times or new features (or a trip to the Moon with Wallace and Gromit), your business needs to manage their expectations. A company's ability to provide an ideal B2B customer support experience ..read more
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Self-Service Checklist – What You Need
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by Zane Vanderberg
5M ago
Imagine you just bought a brand new guitar and you’re ready to shred. Your amp is on and set high, your cords are all plugged in, you’re ready to jam. You strum an E major chord only to find that it plays an F minor – not good. You just want to noodle over Baba O’Reilly but now you have to call support, explain a whole spiel, and potentially deal with long wait times and some irritating back-and-forth until you can finally realize your inner Sister Rosetta Tharpe. If the guitar metaphor isn’t working for you, this is exactly what it can be like for customers when you don’t offer self-service o ..read more
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Why your business isn’t customer centric
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by Zane Vanderberg
5M ago
Raise your hand if you’ve heard that your business needs to be customer centric. Now raise your hand if your business is customer centric. If you didn’t raise your hand at all – and not only because you are in a public space and are wary of strangers seeing you perform erratic movements – then you better quickly learn why your B2B business needs to be customer centric. Never even heard of customer centricity? Get up to date now on the most important business trend of our era and why it’s so imperative.  If you raised your hand both times, how certain are you that your business is act ..read more
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