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Efficiency
Text analysis Feelingstream

How can text analysis of emails improve your customer service?

When thinking about customer service, we all know that emails are a very big part of daily conversations with customers. It seems easy for the customer to send an email and wait for a reply. Several things can make this process not as smooth as expected. If no text analysis is done and everything is...
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPEED IS CRUCIAL

Speed is a crucial component of customer experience

When your company serves customers or tries to onboard a new customer, then the speed of the response is the key to success.  We will show you why it matters and how to achieve this goal. What is fast? When a customer’s request is waiting in a queue for longer than one day, then this...

Small companies can make tiny changes for big impact

A small real estate company recently asked Feelingstream to analyze their inbox. This case made it clear that the size of a company does not determine the amount of daily communication and related work. Smaller businesses also deal with a lot of communication flow. They could benefit from AI and tips to have a more...
Automated email routing

The story of an Inbox

Feelingstream started a pilot project for the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications in November. The aim was to analyze incoming e-mails in various inboxes and establish the most common themes and emotions. The results are now in and they’re somewhat surprising. The Ministry receives as many as 50 e-mails a day. 24% of...

Intelligent auto-replies will become a game-changer!

Automatic responses are a widely used e-mail type in customer service. Auto-replies are often discarded due to their impersonal and trivial content. Feelingstream’s new exciting technology might change that perception in a profound way. Auto-replies can be more than just a thank you for waiting We often expect customer service agents to be almost superhumanly...
Customer feedback interpretation beyond the NPS score

Customer feedback interpretation beyond the NPS score

Interpreting customer feedback beyond the NPS score can be a trickier task than you might think. Imagine this. You have composed a clever questionnaire with carefully worded questions. It presents tested categories for ranking between best to worst or fastest to slowest. You have added a box for free form comments that you dread to...
Predefined topics

How predefined topics kill the vibe

I had a problem with my new internet and mobile service provider. I got the first bill and couldn’t believe the amount it stated. Additionally, I noticed that the package I had bought didn’t fit my needs. For example, I didn’t need the reminder about used limits, or an automatic service at all. I was...
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