Customer Service – more than just a call center

Customer service and/or support is one of the staples of a positive customer experience. But many companies usually rather react than act proactively and therefore lose customers who don’t want to be stuck in a call center-holding pattern.

The ec4u blog informs

– How new business models can reduce customer choice and diminish the experience despite innovation.

– Find out what churn rates tell you about your customer’s journey, their obstacles and how you can minimize them.

– How to ease the need for customer service by optimizing the experience (and workflows).

– Get to know what a proper service platform can do for you and your customers.

Our consulting experts can help you to create a customer journey that gives your customers a positive experience throughout all buying phases. Find out where your customers need service, where they (and you) profit from self-service options and establish a service management that learns from your (and your customer’s) mistakes.

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A new study by the consulting firm Price Waterhouse Cooper shows that CEOs in the telecommunications industry are optimistic. However, for their future plans what fields should be optimized and worked on, customer experience plays a surprisingly small role.

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Amazon delivery mascot

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Wooden ducks in a queue

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How can you prevent churn?

Not every newly acquired customer remains loyal to your company forever, but even from a loss of customers we can learn a lot. Churn Management gives you the means to not only understand why customers leave you but also how to prevent future churns.