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Common Uses of Speech Analytics for Insurance Companies

Insurance companies often struggle to stand out in a market flooded with agencies offering similar products One of the key differentiators among competitors is customer experience While customer surveys once offered valuable data on agent performance, this outdated method for gaining feedback is[...]

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Hidden Costs of Manual Call Monitoring

Call quality monitoring and assurance in the call center are essential in today’s business environment Accessing and analyzing the voice of the customer is standard practice in order to meet the growing needs of the customer base But if your contact center managers are still manually[...]

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How to Identify Reasons Behind Customer Churn

Customer churn is a big concern for most companies And with good reason Studies show that customer churn costs businesses $16 trillion dollars annually, and the cost of gaining a new customer is five times higher than keeping a current one There are various reasons behind customer churn, but[...]

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Which KPIs Should Your Contact Center Track in 2021?

Contact center Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are crucial to understanding agent performance and improving the customer experience As you review and evaluate customer service tactics for 2021, you'll want to track these metrics as efficiently as possible But first, you need to determine which[...]

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Risk Management and Compliance with Speech Analytics

In today’s contact center, risk management and compliance are not just best practices Certain laws and governing bodies regulate how call centers handle sensitive data Because non-compliant agents are a costly risk, both through unsatisfied customers and monetary penalties, monitoring calls is[...]

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angry customer yelling on phone to answer the question what is overtalk

What is Overtalk And Why Your Agents Should Avoid It

What is Overtalk and Why Should You Care Overtalk during agent-customer conversations happens a lot more often than you might think What is overtalk Put simply, an overtalk event happens when both parties speak at the same time While overtalk is an inevitable, and often natural, part of any[...]

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