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Customer Call Analysis: What Happened On That Call?

June 20, 2014 by Morgan Pulitzer

Virtually all businesses have a number that customers can call into and voice their concerns, complaints, or ask questions. The content of these calls is very important and fascinating. Information that one may find on these calls could be worth a lot more than they may even realize. This is why customer call analysis is a vital tool used by a lot of businesses.

Statistics Of Calls 

The statistics that one can gather about the calls that are coming into their business are staggering. It is important to try to collect as much of this information as possible. In all of those numbers are important facts about the operation of the business as a whole. It is a matter of digging out the meaning behind all of this stuff carefully, but one should try to do this as often as possible. There is no question that the information is valuable and just waiting to be taken up.

Looking At Individual Calls

Individual phone calls may be just as vital to look at. There are going to be some particular phone calls that are just standouts in terms of what was said or done on those calls. It is important to look at these standout cases as well because there may be something revealing in the remarks made by either the caller or the employee. Keying in on these things can help you pinpoint what may need to be done in the future.

Don’t Let The Numbers Lie To You

As important as reviewing the numbers is, it is equally important not to allow yourself to see something in the numbers that is not truly there. This is a trap that numerous people fall into. Sometimes what looks to be cause is not really cause, and the numbers should be looked at again. Always examine all possible factors before making an assumption about anything in the numbers.

Contact us if you would like more information on how to look at the numbers and make smart decisions.

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