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These tools are way more effective when they work together.
Your employees are also consumers, and they care about the track record of their company's vendors.
Open the road to self-service with customer communities.
Stay ahead of the pack by keeping your customers happy.
Providing your customers with a consistent, tailored experience across all channels should be among your company's top business goals.
User empowerment will be a big theme as CRM users compare their experiences with personal and business technology.
Four steps to get the inside scoop and increase customer satisfaction. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
England's decision shows that governments still have a lot of work to do when it comes to CRM. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Multichannel technologies can cut holding time and route interactions to the right agents. (Featured on SmartCustyomerService.com.)
Is it time to admit that marketing is going to be the major player in making contact center strategy over the next 10 years? It is, and it's already happening. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Offering an omnichannel experience is the next step to ensure your customer service is excellent. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Speech analytics could improve call center operations on so many levels. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Tips for avoiding the pitfalls of symptom-based management. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
With channels, interactions, and data proliferating, CRM strategies and tools are still key to superior customer experience.
Understanding data, anticipating behavior, and evaluating progress can help stores get the most out of the shopping season.
Your business intelligence needs to be able to keep pace with today's customers and data—or your business could get left behind.
Getting all of your technologies and channels to operate together is the way to ensure customer happiness.
In today's marketplace, savvy businesses are using unique technologies to up the ante on customer experience across all channels—phone, mobile, text, and Web—which translates into customer retention and higher sales.
To truly understand customer feedback, you need to ask an important question: "Why?" The only way to do that: follow up.
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