About The Presentation
Laura Noonan and Chip Hoffman’s presentation took the audience on a journey into the world of call reviews, offering a glimpse into a real-world example of what it’s like to manually review calls one at a time vs. software that automatically reviews 100% of calls in a fraction of the time.
While sharing details about the risks involved with manual call QA, Laura and Chip encouraged the audience to embrace automation and leave manual methods behind. Here’s a summary of the risks they discussed:
Risk 1: Wasted Time, Money, & Resources
Manual call reviews consume significant amounts of time, money, and internal resources. With the advent of automation, these valuable assets can be redirected toward more productive tasks, such as agent coaching and member engagement. This is one benefit of automated call reviews that credit unions value a lot, as evidenced in this quote from Nicole Crawford:
The time savings alone is astronomical. Our team used to spend 1-2 weeks per month manually reviewing calls. I would never go back to a manual QA process.Nicole Crawford, Centris Federal Credit Union
Risk 2: Missing Revenue Opportunities & Poor ROI
In addition to wasted time and resources, manually reviewing calls does not encourage the discovery of new revenue opportunities because it is difficult to find calls to review that focus on referrals. With access to 100 percent of calls, credit union call center managers can leverage referral insights from a high enough quantity of calls to make data-driven decisions and boost revenue.
Additionally, manual QA does not improve return on investment (ROI) because it is impossible to make decisions to improve contact center operations without data. However, with CallFinder’s automated solution, credit unions can see swift and profitable returns.
CallFinder helps us verify logged referrals. Now, we can go through and sort referrals by agents within the platform. It’s almost instantaneous compared to the way we were doing it before. We had a recent coaching opportunity to encourage pausing after the referral was mentioned to ensure that the sale was made.Henry Antonov, 4Front Federal Credit union
Risk 3: Losing Valuable Members
Perhaps the scariest risk for credit unions is the potential of losing valuable members. Manual call reviews lack the depth required to coach agents effectively and enhance the member experience. By not utilizing advanced analytics and automated reviews, credit unions risk losing their most valuable asset—loyal members.
Our member experience score has gone from 4.3 to a 4.7 in just a few months because we can focus on soft skills. We now spend more time coaching rather than slogging through a pile of calls.Cheryl Beams, Verve, a Credit Union
Make the Switch Today!
Just like CallFinder’s credit union clients, you too can benefit from making the switch to automated call reviews. The best part? Implementation with CallFinder is easy and it is not a project! There is no reason to defer implementation. Let CallFinder help you streamline your operations and enhance member experience.
If you’re curious about CallFinder’s solution and how it can transform your credit union, schedule a demo today. Discover how to save time, money, and resources, while uncovering revenue opportunities and reducing member churn. It’s time to bring your contact center into the 21st century and stay ahead of the competition.