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Operationalise your data with a dashboard that displays the latest customer information to maximise reporting and supervision efficiency.
Get clear, real-time insights into customer satisfaction (CSAT), first call resolution rate (FCR) and average handle time (AHT).
Continuously measure and assess your quality of service to guide your decision-making and ensure customer satisfaction.
Effortlessly add new analytics and monitoring features and functionalities with every spring and winter product release.
Optimise your contact centre performance with resource management strategies that help you tackle peaks in volume and enable efficient agent planning.
Ensure quality management and support to drive agent performance and customer satisfaction.
Adopt a data-driven approach that operationalises your customer information.
Capture all your vocal interactions for easy transcription and analysis.
Tracking the right KPIs enables the real-time assessment, coaching and training that improves contact centre agent performance.
Empower your agents with the flexibility to schedule, swap and bid for shifts.
Industry: Express delivery
Markets: Benelux France
Industry: Public Sector
Markets: Asia Europe South America
To improve the performance levels of your contact centre, adopt a data-driven approach that tracks the right KPIs while fostering collaborative agent support that enables quality control and supervision.
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