Today’s consumers expect better. They expect better service, better products and better communication with companies. But to have a single, seamless conversation with every customer across multiple channels, companies can no longer rely on outdated contact centers.
Social media is transforming customer care and should be considered a strategic vehicle for delivering excellent customer experiences. A majority of social conversations are ‘noise’, however, there are topics that are relevant to different parts of the organization. When the topic is customer-service-related, most organizations are ill-equipped to deliver the level of support needed resulting in a splintered, disjointed customer experience.
Get your free copy of “Customer Care in a Social World” whitepaper where you will learn:
• Three qualifications needed for a social-enabled contact center
• To identify the stage of social-enablement for your contact center
RightNow's focus on integration; streamlined handoffs between low-assisted, medium-assisted, and high-assisted interactions; and focus on agent productivity arm companies with what they need to improve their customer service on an ongoing basis.
The era of social networking clearly has arrived, creating significant implications for enterprises. Today, there are compelling rewards for embracing social networks—and potentially severe penalties for putting it off any longer. This white paper outlines four key ground rules for engaging with social networks in order to maximize their potential for improving customer service.
Steve Romeo, VP of IT and Business Technology Solutions at Breg, a sports medicine company, discusses the benefits of accessing sales information in Outlook or on an iPad with Oracle Sales and Marketing Cloud Service.
Oracle RightNow Cloud Service helps companies deliver great customer service across channels. Watch this video to learn how Telecom New Zealand is using Oracle RightNow to offer consistent information across the web, social sites, and the call center reducing cost and customer waiting time.
Deliver the right answer at the right time to customers no matter the channel. From self-service website queries to social media to your contact center, provide consistent and relevant answers faster - increasing customer loyalty and reducing costs.
Increasing revenue while managing costs is a constant challenge for sales executives. Hiring more salespeople is often not an option. This free sales resource kit investigates some of the challenges facing today’s sales teams and ways in which sales can be optimised by using Oracle Sales Cloud to improve sales planning, coaching, prospecting and productivity.
Download this free online resource tool to access videos, demos and whitepapers to see how you can sell smarter today.
Oracle Fusion Tap, a native iPad application, allows access to CRM data anytime and anywhere. Learn how Fusion Tap enables collaboration with colleagues and customers, usage of mapping and social networking applications, and more, all from your iPad.
Oracle’s Global Customer Experience report surveyed more than 1,300 executives across 18 countries on the state of customer experience. This study, one of the largest of its type ever undertaken, yields crucial new insights on the challenges, strategies and lessons learned for succeeding in the customer experience era. Visit the Global Customer Experience Survey Microsite to read the complete research results or to use the CX Benchmarking tool to see where your organization stands.
This e-book draws on the insights of independent researchers, Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) product and industry experts, and Oracle HCM customers. It aims to provide both inspiration and practical roadmaps to simplify workforce management, build the best talent, and help HR leadership make a major contribution to their companies’ overall success.
As an HR leader, what keeps you up at night? Is it meeting your executives’ demands for a greater contribution to the company’s strategic vision? Is it the requests to cut operational costs while simultaneously increasing efficiency? Most likely it’s the daunting combination of the two. HR success today means:
• Streamlining core HR processes to eliminate waste and increase staff productivity
• Ensuring that your talent strategy aligns with company goals and drives bottom line success
• Investing in the right technology to ensure both local agility and global scalability
Talent management has moved to the top of the CEO’s agenda. In a 2012 global survey of CEOs and CFOs by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 53 percent of these leaders said that insufficient talent within their organization could harm them financially over the next 12 months. The number expressing financial concerns rose to 67 percent at organizations with more than 1,500 employees. Moreover, a full 83 percent of HR and business executives believe that talent programs need to be improved, according to Deloitte’s 2012 report Talent Edge 2020. With statistics like these, it’s no wonder there’s more pressure than ever on HR leaders to make the right talent decisions for their organizations and to source the right talent management systems to maximize the value of their workforce.
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