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5 Steps to Delivering Exceptional Customer Service While Working from Home

Smarter CX

Furthermore, companies that support remote work have 25% lower employee turnover (an issue that many service departments face) than those who don’t. Lastly, WFH strategies allow businesses to tap a broader talent pool, hiring from beyond the confines of commutable distances. Telework can be a win-win for both service organizations and their employees. Here are 5 steps to help develop a successful and productive telework strategy. Experts Service

Five Steps to Strategically Choose AI For Customer Service

Natalie Petouhof

Tweet AI and customer service; it’s a hot topic! But when I talk to customers, they say, “ I get there’s something to AI and customer service, but how do I deliver business results and value with AI? ” If you are wondering how AI can move the needle on the metrics you get measured on every day, below is a short guide on how to get the best business results when considering AI as part of your Customer Service strategy.

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101 Guide on Good Customer Service

ProProfs Chat

No matter who your target audience is, make sure you offer the best possible customer service experience to each. This incident not only describes that your agents should mold themselves when needed but also keep in mind the customer’s sentiments while sending a reply to them.

Guest Blog: Why You Should Train Frontline Personnel to Be Great Listeners

ShepHyken

Pay attention to what customers are saying. Take advantage of what you are seeing and hearing and then use what you’ve learned to surprise your customers with amazing and exceptional customer service. – Shep Hyken. And then have been times when I enjoyed superb service from frontline staff. Great Service Is All about Listening. Observing – Train employees to observe and notice something about each customer they encounter.

Social Media Customer Service And Its Impact On The Bottom Line

Second to None

Customer expectations within the social media space are changing as the technology platforms become more integrated in society. Specifically, the ability to provide a high level of customer service can help improve the way that online consumers perceive your brand. To learn more about why your customer service staff should engage with customers via social media, check out the following piece written by Ashley Cooksley, for AdWeek.

Balancing Bots and Humans in a Digital-First World

Lithium

We all know it’s coming—the day when bots assume a majority of customer service operations. In fact, Gartner has predicted that by 2020, 85% of all customer interactions with a company will be handled without human involvement. Forrester reports that 86 percent of consumers already regularly engage with bots, while 65 percent of service providers are investing in chatbot infrastructures and artificial intelligence (AI) to create and deliver better customer experiences.

Balancing Bots and Humans in a Digital-First World

Lithium

We all know it’s coming—the day when bots assume a majority of customer service operations. In fact, Gartner has predicted that by 2020, 85% of all customer interactions with a company will be handled without human involvement. Forrester reports that 86 percent of consumers already regularly engage with bots, while 65 percent of service providers are investing in chatbot infrastructures and artificial intelligence (AI) to create and deliver better customer experiences.