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(English) Discover how to effectively utilize technology to make a human connection with consumers in the age of an increasingly digitized customer experience.
(English) Technology shapes the way we educate, communicate, conduct business and advance science, all while maintaining significant influence on the global economy. But the way we engage with technology is changing.
(English) The young fintech industry has some major hurdles to jump over to unlock the value from our aging population. But it's worth the effort with an eye towards app development and customer service that includes these three tips.
TELUS International CIO, Michael Ringman, shares five technology related trends for the contact center including the importance of small data, omnichannel, automation, IoT connected-consumers, and even going back to basics with email support.
Thanks to technological advances like real-time translation, big data analytics, automation and CRM advancement, the customer service bar has been raised higher than ever. How should contact centers adapt?
Leveraging self-service, big data, and more customization, the digital revolution is leading to an enhanced customer experience for insurance customers. Here are three important ways smart companies are leading the way.
Multichannel solutions have grown increasingly mobile and consumers have begun to use their cell phones for almost everything. Should a customer want to contact a company or get any sort of information, they have the world at their fingertips.
As the Chief Information Officer and Vice-President of Information Technology (IT) at TELUS International, I often get asked what the future holds for IT. I don’t have a crystal ball and can’t predict the future, but my role gives me lots of insight on the big trends in customer service IT.
In an industry where reputation is everything, this is where customer service can be a real game-changer in the games industry. Through strategic planning and investment in analytical and support tools, studios can create an opportunity for highly personalized, engaging player service experiences that will “bond” consumers to the brand.
(English) It has become increasingly difficult for game developers to generate and sustain brand loyalty. While technological advances and the proliferation of social media have generated more real-time interaction with players, it is important not to overlook the importance of player support, or to underestimate its powerful influence on brand loyalty and a player’s likelihood to recommend.
TELUS International Europe will be participating at the annual Gamescom event, the world’s biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment. The fair will take place from August 21st to 25th, 2013 in Cologne, Germany.
Forward-thinking gaming studios realize that providing exceptional customer interactions, alongside popular games, can directly impact the bottom line. Download our insight paper to learn best practices for customer support for gamers from BPO companies and their industry leading US based gaming clients.
To give you the big picture on the topic of customer support in the interactive entertainment industry we want to point your attention to a whitepaper giving deep and thorough information on the topic. The whitepaper provides deep examination of how a well-structured customer service plan can directly impact the bottom line as well as best practices to consider along the way.
In the past few posts on customer support in the gaming industry we explained the potential of implementing customer support for gamers and the best practices for implementing it. In this article we’ll focus on the how to measure customer satisfaction after you’ve implemented customer support for players. Net Promoter Score (NPS) is an extremely powerful tool for assessing whether a studio’s brand commitment to its customers is being recognized and fulfilled.
Predicted to grow to $82 billion by 2017, the global gaming market is forecasted to become more and more competitive. A crucial question arises here. How can studios stand out from the crowd in the highly competitive gaming industry? For sure the current de-personalized, homogenous consumer support experience for players should be reconsidered by studios.
The gaming industry is undergoing dramatic change as customer service becomes another battlefield for winning over players. By implementing customer support for gamers you’ll maximize player lifetime value, improving the player experience, resulting in player retention and ultimately, player recommendations. Follow those guiding principles to enhance your own game plan for customer support and level up your business in the gaming industry.
In a multichannel environment the digital space is one of the most preferred contact channels for customers as they are increasingly techno-dependent and internet savvy. Therefore, customer service call centers are rapidly implementing live chat as additional method of customer interaction as it has a significant impact on operating cost, employee productivity and customer satisfaction.