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Anette Lehismets
CXDay2021_post

CX day – celebrating and tributing call center Agents providing enjoyable experiences for beloved customers 

Each year on the first Tuesday in October, the customer experience community celebrates the professionals and companies that make great customer experiences happen – a celebration known as CX Day. In 2021, customer experience day falls on 5th October.  It is a day to highlight the great experiences we wish for our customers. To showcase and notice what they deserve when...
New version of feelingstream

How Feelingstream’s new version and advanced features will enhance your work

When it comes to our software, we are always on the lookout for improvements for giving our users the best value.  We base any version update or upgrade on what our customers have wanted or needed to make their lives easier.  We want to provide the best user experience possible, so we constantly gather feedback...
Engage your customers and increase sales by reducing Agent monologues in phone calls

Engage your customers and increase sales by reducing Agent monologues in phone calls

Have you ever had a Sales Representative or Agent call you to sell some service or product with a long-winded script? Was it interesting to listen to this monologue? Did you buy what they were selling?  Most likely not. Analysis of B2C sales calls has shown that in cases where there are long monologues from...
Automated after-call memos with Feelingstream

Stop spending time on manual after call notes, use our automated solution

When a customer contacts a company, the contact must be documented. This documentation is crucial for any future reference or additional contact from the same customer. At the same time, the company also needs information about contacts for categorization, analysis, and improvement. Documentation protocols may vary, but one thing is clear – it takes a...
customer service quality assessment

Improve your customer service quality assessment for chat with 100% visibility and automated reviews

When it comes to customer service or chat service quality assessment, there is the option of reviewing customer feedback. This does not always give a valid overview, because most customers do not reply to surveys. Analyzing the actual contacts, whether they are calls, emails, or chats, is much more efficient – when done right. The...
learning from customer complaints and feedback for a better service

Learning from customer complaints and feedback for a better service

Customer service always deals with customer issues. Customers generally do not simply call in to chat about how amazing the services or products are. When they call, they usually have a problem or concern. Therefore, customer service agents deal with customer problems all the time. However, sometimes some customer complaints need special attention. In some...
Save up to 10% of costs by reducing your repetitive calls

Save up to 10% of costs by reducing your repetitive calls

When you analyze customer service calls, it is common knowledge that some customers call back multiple times per day. Our practice has shown that 10% of all contacts are repetitive calls. Some of those calls are inevitable, some could be avoided. Most companies measure their First Call Resolution. However, they may not be aware of the...
Silence in customer service calls

What can silence tell us about customer service calls?

Silence in calls with customer service is quite normal. Sometimes people on either side need time to respond or the agent needs a minute to find an answer. Maybe the customer needs to step away from their phone for a moment. Silence can be unremarkable, but it can also be a sign of an issue....
Automated topic detection for better business

Automated call topics detection can lead to better business

Some people may fear that artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly dominant and will start taking away jobs, leaving people unemployed. What we can focus on is looking at which jobs AI could actually do better. This would leave more time for humans to focus on their strengths. This includes giving way to automated call topics....
Using data analysis in business decision making

How to use data analysis in your business decision making

Data-driven decision-making has been at the forefront for a while now and it has been the way of working for many companies. Even though increasingly popular, the data-driven approach has not always taken companies to their needed business growth. It is also likely that by using this approach, companies have not used available data to...
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