A major company with a complex call center environment was keen to get to improve the customer experience for those calling the call center requiring billing and support services. With such a high volume of calls, they wanted the ability not just to listen to their customers’ experiences, but also to be able to act upon their feedback to drive greater satisfaction and to ensure that customers would be less likely to churn.
This sizeable organisation had identified that large volumes of customers were experiencing dissatisfaction with their digital services, driving disgruntled customers to their call centre to complain. The company needed to identify the main causes of dissatisfaction amongst those interacting with the digital channel in order to improve the experience and reduce the number of customer complaints being made through the call centre.
A Global 500 company found their existing customer experience feedback programme to be too limited in terms of the volume of feedback generated, the cost of acquiring feedback and their ability to react to feedback as quickly as possible after the event. Their use of telephone interview provided too many limitations to their ambition of being more effective at delivering great service and reacting to any poor service experiences.
A Global Insurer focussed on generating renewals amongst home and car insurance customers wanted to find ways of ensuring that if any customer had a less than satisfying experience with them, they would be able to ensure that each customer could be contacted and saved from potentially moving their policy to a competitor.