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Special Report: Serving Customers During Times of Crisis



Sandy Ko
05/11/2020

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The coronavirus is severely impacting our businesses and market.

How can businesses continue to deliver a customer-centric experience amidst the coronavirus pandemic? What remains as it always has, however, is the fundamental idea of customer centricity.

Your customers are the core of your business – pandemic or not. They will expect the same level of care and support that they received prior to the pandemic. However, delivering the same experience and engaging your customers can be challenging during unprecedented times.

Most businesses struggled to quickly adapt to the changes brought on by the coronavirus because they lacked the right technology, tools, and priorities.

This report is your guide to navigate this difficult climate by successfully engaging customers, delivering customer experience, and continuing to engage them in the future whether in economic turmoil or not. 

Topics in this report includes:

  • 5 crucial focus points to invest in to become a customer centric organization during a crisis
  • Why organizations need to establish agility as a fundamental quality
  • The importance of empathy to drive a more mature workforce now and for the future
  • What is a super channel and is it better than omnichannel?
  • Insight into peak operational readiness and business continuity planning
  • How to maintain engagement and nurture culture when agents go remote

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