Q&A with CallFinder's CRO, Laura Noonan From lockdowns to work-from-home protocols, the last two years have been tumultuous for many businesses We connected with CallFinder's Chief Revenue Officer, Laura Noonan, to get her perspective on the pandemic's impact on our clients operating in[...]
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[...]
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[...]
If 2020 has taught businesses anything, it's how to adapt The COVID-19 pandemic has been the driving force behind innovations in quality management technology and agent monitoring tools But even for businesses fortunate enough to have work-from-home capabilities, a struggling economy has created[...]
Your company’s success relies heavily on how well your employees work together to meet shared objectives That’s why collaboration software is crucial for any organization, particularly now when most employees are working from home A recent survey shows a 62% increase in the use of[...]
Software as a Service (SaaS) has grown in popularity over the years Any browser-run program is considered a SaaS solution, especially in offices and remote workspaces SaaS solutions tend to be cloud-based, which means there is no hardware to install or register And most SaaS solutions are offered[...]
Last week, we discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the customer experience, and we briefly addressed its effect on contact centers In this article, we take a closer look at how contact center agents are adjusting to meet customer expectations More specifically, we will discuss how to[...]
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to reconsider the ways in which they operate, especially when it concerns the customer experience The biggest takeaway from these past few months is that companies are recognizing the need to prioritize their customers over their profits In[...]
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