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Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid in Writing a Contact Center RFP

We know what itís like to be pulling your hair out over writing a call center RFP. When youíre under pressure and your time is stretched thin, it can seem like an insurmountable task. And yet, itís vital to the health of your company to choose a contact center partner that is the right fit. Unlike other vendor relationships, this one represents the face of your brand and becomes an extension of your team, so a strong RFP is key to successfully outsourcing your call center.
That said, when faced with a looming deadline, itís easy to make decisions in writing the contact center RFP that simply donít serve you in the best capacity. The following are some of the biggest mistakes weíve seen.
[Full Article]   Jan-11-2016

 

2016: The Year of the Disappearing Human in the Contact Center?

Now just about every organization knows that contact center agents are the first point of contact for their customers. As the New Year dawns, we are thinking about the next big thing that will change the industry. In 2016, we will see more emphasis on providing agents with the right technology, at the right time, to give the best customer experiences possible.
[Full Article]   Jan-11-2016

 

9 Ways to Reduce Churn in Your Contact Center

Contact centers are notorious for high churn rates which are not only inconvenient but expensive for companies. The average contact center has an annual churn rate as high as 40%. It is estimated that the total cost of replacing an employee is between $10,000 to $15,000.
The huge churn rate coupled with the high cost of replacement mean itís well worth it to invest in strategies which will help lower your companyís churn rate. Here are 9 ways you can diminish churn at your contact center:
[Full Article]   Jan-07-2016

 

5 Best Practices for Dealing with Difficult Customers During the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches and people rush to get everything done, companies often see their normally level-headed customers become easily upset, irritated and sometimes flat out unreasonable.
[Full Article]   Nov-26-2015

 

Dealing with Difficult Employees

Managers often feel that their work would be great, if it werenít for the people! And they have a point: Employee relationships always have built-in challenges and frustrations, even in the very best workplaces. But the good news is that anyone can learn specific interpersonal skills to better understand and manage these situations.
[Full Article]   Nov-25-2015

 

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