How can organizations tap into the vast flow of data, weed out the information that matters, and then link that meaningful sentiment to specific customers? This ebook explores how an enhanced 360-degree view of the customer optimizes and facilitates more personalized customer interactions.
Great service is delivered one customer at a time and improving interactions across all channels means truly understanding customer wants and needs. Massive amounts of unstructured data exist in your organization and can deliver customer insight that is specific, relevant and actionable. Learn how to harness that data to provide great customer service.
How can organizations tap into the vast flow of data, weed out the information that matters, and then link that meaningful sentiment to specific customers? This e-book explores how an enhanced 360-degree view of the customer optimizes and facilitates more personalized customer interactions.
Contact centers play a major role in determining the customer’s perception of a company. Often seen as brand ambassadors, agents are the main interaction point for customers. It is therefore critical that they deliver personalized communications in the channels that customers prefer. Businesses should
use cloud technology to add multichannel tools and support growing demand for chat, social, SMS and video.
Cloud solutions allow contact centers to gain access to new technology capabilities and channels on demand with the ability to scale up quickly. They offer the best technology innovation as well as the ability to scale agents up and down as business needs change. This whitepaper provides background on cloud contact centers, their advantages and the essential considerations for selecting a vendor.
Customer engagement has emerged as the most critical
competitive factor in the current environment. Fueled
by widespread mobile access and constant social
connectedness, customers are demanding that every
interaction, across every channel, be simple, streamlined
High expectations mean high stakes. When options
abound and patience is low, customers don’t stick around.
Companies need to get it right the first time.
This new customer-centric standard and the ability to
connect directly with customers is fueling a depth and
breadth of enterprise reinvention. Ensuring that every
customer experience across every conceivable channel
delights and adds value calls for a Smarter Process approach
and a new perspective on business process management.
Your highest priority is to grow your business, and your business tools should help you achieve that goal. Sage SalesLogix provides a complete view of customer interactions across sales, marketing, customer service, and support so your teams can collaborate and respond promptly and knowledgeably to customer inquiries and opportunities.
Wasted time is wasted money — and accounts receivable (AR) departments can waste a lot of both with antiquated billing and collections methods.
Download the new white paper‚ Winning the Billing & Collections Battle‚ to learn how your organization can overcome common obstacles in every phase of AR by:
• Automating invoice delivery without format restrictions
• Giving your customers self-service access to invoices
• Modernizing post-sale collections interactions
• Going beyond DSO with advanced KPIs and analytics
With a complete AR management solution‚ time and money is on your side!
This Executive Brief explores the role of service and support in creating great customer experiences, the service goals market leaders use related to customer experience, the Oracle approach for empowering new service experiences, and how Oracle’s service solutions can help organizations create and manage their own great customer experiences across all channels, touchpoints, and devices.
As new technology and connected consumers redefine how business is done, IBM Smarter Commerce solutions help companies more effectively engage with customers across four critical aspects, which include the Buy, Market, Sell and Service components. This ebook outlines those areas and solutions for each.
People, machines, data, processes are more connected than ever before, in more ways, and at a pace not previously envisioned. Because of this, the means of user interaction are evolving rapidly, and the outcome is an explosion of information increasing at epic rates. Both the opportunity and the challenge for an organization is to execute a strategy to most effectively participate in, exploit and derive ongoing value from the expansive digital world. To evaluate and ultimately better facilitate this, many organizations are specifically defining a digital strategy as part of their overall general business strategy. Central to that digital strategy is the digital experience.
"Welcome to the age of Social CRM, a different way of thinking about customer relationship management that focuses on using social media to enhance customer engagement. How prepared are companies to make this shift? Despite widespread
adoption of social media, for most, Social CRM is still in its early stages, execution is patchy and concerns about ROI remain. To fully exploit the power of social media to connect with customers, organizations need to move beyond isolated projects to integrated programs and, ultimately, a Social CRM strategy."
A social business is an organization whose culture and systems encourage networks of people to create business value. Social businesses connect individuals, so they can rapidly share information, knowledge and ideas by having conversations and publishing informal content. They analyze social content from multiple channels and sources, in addition to structured data, to gain insights from both external and internal stakeholders. When those things happen, innovation and business execution rates increase, better decisions are made, and customers and employees are more engaged and satisfied. Social businesses enjoy lower operating costs, faster speed-to-market, improved customer and employee engagement, and increased profitability. Many organizations don’t fully appreciate the magnitude of the value creation potential of social business.
Read this paper to get an in-depth look at how the past is shaping the future of retail. Find out what it takes to rethink your strategy and points of differentiation—and to even radically redefine the role of the store in order to turn it into an asset instead of a liability.
Businesses must become agile and provide differentiated service as customer demands and
expectations change. Moving beyond simple phone transactions, customers are taking matters into
their own hands and turning to their peers, the web and social media to find answers.
Contact centers play a major role in determining the customer’s perception of a company. Often seen
as brand ambassadors, agents are the main interaction point for customers. It is therefore critical that
they deliver personalized communications in the channels that customers prefer. Businesses should
use cloud technology to add multichannel tools and support growing demand for chat, social, SMS
Cloud solutions allow contact centers to gain access to new technology capabilities and channels on
demand with the ability to scale up quickly. They offer the best technology innovation as well as the
ability to scale agents up and down as business needs change. This whitepaper provides background
on cloud contact cen
Technology’s role in business and society has
shifted away from largely driving efficiencies to
innovating and creating engaging experiences
that attract and retain customers. Innovations and
business outcomes are fueled by a perfect storm
of technology trends in cloud, analytics, machine
learning, IoT and the emerging API Economy. The
convergence of these technologies has created
new opportunities for enterprises to improve
business performance by acquiring customers
faster while creating brand loyalty. The role of
technology expands the interaction with customers
beyond the core of the enterprise – away from
100% dependencies on systems of records –
and towards real-time, contextual interactions.
Businesses are a digital business or they are
evolving to become one. This requires enterprises
to re-think how they build software architectures.
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