Understand the common inflection points across digital journeys including cloud migration, digital CX and the many digital-first customer engagement tools of the future.
A new year demands fresh approaches—and for contact centers, this means a drastic shift to digital-first customer service that goes far beyond voice-centric service. In fact, customers are rapidly moving beyond first-generation digital (email, chat) to the next-gen digital they use every day: social, messaging, and mobile apps. But the majority of contact centers lack a seamless, integrated digital strategy—the equivalent of letting the phone ring off the hook! The digital revolution requires big changes but comes with big payoffs in customer satisfaction, customer lifetime value, agent productivity and savings in telephony costs. Digital CX is no longer a “nice to have”—it’s a must.
Digital innovation is quickly becoming a new core competency in organizations. As the demands of our customers increase businesses are leveraging technology and undergoing digital transformations to meet their customers in the way they expect. But digital transformation is no easy feat with the fear of change met with resistance and constraints in the current operating environment. In this keynote, Luke will share his success story at Comcast to help you discover a very orchestrated and elegant way to align a digital forward mindset with people across the organization, overcome the fears of digital acceleration by building expectations around consumer experiences, and leveraging software to get the desired outcomes and experiences for success.
Moving to the cloud is no longer optional. Your customers simply expect the responsiveness and agility you only get from working with a cloud-based contact center platform. But all cloud solutions are not created equally. Join Calabrio for a virtual interview and Q&A session on how you can build true digital transformations in the new year.
Digital transformation is more than just new channels for your clients. You need to flip the script for your agents. Get them to adopt new tools, new processes, new behaviors, and ensure they stick to them. With a distributed or hybrid workforce, old tactics won’t work. You need new ways of communicating and engaging agents with change. During this workshop we’ll show you how to do this right based on the lessons we’ve learned helping take clients like Microsoft, TIAA, and Office Depot through this transition.
What did we learn in 2020 that will ensure success in 2021? Plenty—and now’s the time to reflect on how we’ll adapt to new challenges in the coming year.
Case in point: Coast Capital Savings’ Advice Centre. NICE inContact CXone enabled the contact centre to respond quickly and effectively to the unexpected changes that came with the pandemic. What’s more, the company was also able to expand nationally and drive agility throughout the business. Learn how Coast Capital’s Advice Centre leveraged CXone to meet the challenges of COVID-19 head-on by:
- Building agile teams that quickly moved to a “work-from-anywhere” model, which reduced absenteeism to less than 3.5% and increased contacts per hour by 18%.
- Using the power of data to deliver agile insights that informed critical business decisions.
- Taking maximum advantage of an agile delivery model and multiple channels to manage swings in demand.
Neustar commissioned Forrester Consulting to research and construct a Total Economic Impact™ framework for organizations considering Neustar Fraud and Authentication Solutions. Based on interviews with customers across various verticals who have implemented Neustar Fraud and Authentication solutions, the framework identifies the cost, benefit, flexibility, and risk factors that affect the investment decision.
Forrester’s Total Economic Impact™ framework found that an investment in Neustar Fraud and Authentication Solutions:
• Reduces digital identity fraud by 20%
• Delivers an ROI of 144%
• Pays for itself in three months
Join Neustar and Forrester Consulting thought leaders to learn more about this report and cost-effective ways to separate legitimate customers from fraudsters in the call center.
Embarking on a search for a new contact center solution can be an arduous process for any size organization. With so much information available today it can be difficult to identify truly valuable research and differentiate between seemingly similar solutions.
Session attendees will learn what type of information is essential to build a compelling business case for a cloud contact center and have access to a Cloud Contact Center Buyer’s Kit. By leveraging the tools and resources available in the Buyer’s Kit, attendees can ensure the necessary due diligence is performed and confidently select the right cloud contact center solution to meet their business needs.
The Cloud Contact Center Buyer’s Kit offers a one-stop solution for procurement teams and CX leaders to build a business case for moving to a cloud contact center. The kit provides tools and resources to streamline the research and evaluation process for buyers to identify the ideal cloud contact center solution.
Customers are increasingly expecting more from their digital interactions with businesses, and due to limited engineering resources, overwhelmed sales and service teams, and other factors, many organizations are struggling to meet these standards. Luckily, CX tools like Airkit make building and deploying great digital experiences faster and simpler.
On January 25th, tune in to hear from Frank Golden, a member of Airkit’s Business Development team, and an Airkit customer on how to boost digital customer engagement and improve relationships with existing customers. They’ll answer the following questions:
- How can you identify which digital tools would be best for your operating environment and customer?
- If you are new to digital CX, where do you begin?
- How can you use a solution like Airkit to increase the lifetime value of existing customers?
Social Media has quickly become a channel of customer preference. With more customers digitally connected it is a customer engagement tool that organizations can leverage for a 360-degree view of their customers. However, there are challenges that come with social channels as they are oftentimes siloed and not fully integrated into the overall CX journey. Join Megan for a virtual interview and a Q&A session on how to break down silos and how to build an infrastructure around social and live chat automation to create a better CX journey for your customers.