Businesses are leaving their communication needs between office hours in the trusted hands of a skilled partner, whether this involves 24/7 reception, call overflow, or more specific needs.
It'll become obvious when your business grows and your workers aren't equipped to handle incoming call volumes effectively. You'll recognize it's time to remove the risk factors in your customer service process and employ dedicated answering services.
Studies show there is a two-minute window to connect with your customers when they reach out, whether it's over the phone or over live chat. And if you miss that window, odds are your company will never hear from them again. You have to be there. You have to pick up the phone.
Outsourcing contact center operations is easier than ever, and is an attractive option for businesses looking to be leaner and more efficient. Outsourcing also gives businesses the benefits of highly-trained employees, economies of scale, and professionals with their finger on the pulse of ever-changing customer service expectations.
Has your organization adjusted its customer service strategy to accommodate the new COVID-19 world we now live in? Customer needs are changing fast. We, as organizations need to adapt at the same rate. In this blog we will look at some emerging trends that could be here to stay.
Plumbers, electricians, HVAC companies and many other trades and essential services will have to be even more diligent to keep customers safe as we adapt to the “new normal” of social distancing and COVID-19. Here are three tips for service companies to keep their businesses, employees, and customers safe.