Tag: Customer Experience

Customer Experience Lessons from a Nespresso Money Mule

One coffee lover gets more than she bargained for while searching for a good deal on Nespresso. Helping customers navigate and recover from rogue experiences is an essential consideration for experience professionals.

Make Your 2020 Resolutions Come True… Right Now!

The beginning of a new year is a great time to energize ourselves for future pursuits, but it can be a struggle to maintain our resolve throughout the year. Here are some ways to get started on your resolutions, right now!

Will It Blend?: The Pros and Cons of Channel-Blended Agents

Despite our love for various contact channels, many organizations struggle to deliver consistent, effective assistance on every channel they support. One strategy for bolstering omnichannel success is the channel-blended agent: a contact center agent that handles customer contacts from more than one channel.

LANtelligence CCTR Insider: Why Leaders Don't Act On Unstructured Feedback

It can be incredibly hard for leaders to organize and act on unstructured feedback effectively. Without the right processes and technology in place to capture and structure the random comments we hear from customers (via our front-line employees), it’s not possible to act on this information effectively even if we’re well aware of it.

LANtelligence CCTR Insider: Why Agents Don't Share Unstructured Feedback

Unstructured feedback is the next great frontier in customer experience management, but the disorganized nature that gives the term its name makes it difficult to take full advantage of the goldmine.

LANtelligence CCTR Insider: Solutions to Maximize Unstructured Feedback

When we receive feedback in a disorganized way, it’s up to those capturing the feedback to give it some structure. Most employees haven’t been trained and don’t know what to do with these kinds of suggestions.

Six Hidden Costs of Saying “NO”

There is no shortage of reasons to tell a customer "no." In some cases, the law requires it! It's up to us to communicate necessary rejection while preserving the customer's goodwill towards us. Our actions when denying a customer decide the outcome.