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Are your callers trapped inside the IVR that time forgot?

 

Businesses get excited about rebrands, unveiling new websites, publishing ultra-elegant apps and attracting big followings on their social media channels.  But amid all the hubbub and euphoria, it's easy to forget to refresh your IVR at the same time. A big mistake.

customer experience, IVR

Posted Tuesday, Aug 2016 by Alex Monaghan

Fine Tuning Your IVR Can Win You Customers

 

If you’re looking for new ways to improve customer service, then why don’t you look at refining your old ways? The phone channel is still a hugely important channel, but if you have an outdated interactive voice response system, you could be losing or agitating your customers. If so, then it’s time for a tune up… 

customer experience, IVR

Posted Thursday, Jul 2016 by Alex Monaghan

The reality gap: Five dangerous misconceptions of telephone payments

 

Consumers in the UK have little understanding of the complexities surrounding the security of their personal data. They often fall prey to a host of myths that could put them at risk, and expose their valuable personal data to hackers and criminals.

compliance, data storage, data breach

Posted Monday, Jul 2016 by Cameron Ross

What to do — if your IVR behaves badly?

 

As many parents will know, it's a painful experience when the headteacher calls to explain that your child has misbehaved. The story unfolds and you react with surprise, then horror, then embarrassment. But discovering some 'home truths' about your interactive voice response system (IVR) can be just as uncomfortable.

customer experience, IVR

Posted Thursday, Jul 2016 by Tony Porter

Hanging on the IVR: From Call Centre to "Stall Centre"

 

When Bell Labs created the blueprint for an Interactive Voice Recognition (IVR) system in 1962, little did they know that this invention would go on to cause such misery for millions of people.

customer experience, IVR

Posted Tuesday, Jun 2016 by Tony Porter

Why do Consumers Take Risks With Telephone Payments ?

 

Sitting on a hot crowded train from London at the end of a working day tends to put people into a rather lethargic mood. The only thing breaking the silence of passengers reading or tapping away on laptops is often someone speaking on the phone.

compliance, credit card fraud, data breach

Posted Wednesday, Jun 2016 by Nicky Hjerpe

GDPR and secure payments: What if we Brexit?

 

For the past few months we’ve heard a lot about how the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are going to harmonise the current data protection laws in place across the EU member states.

compliance, gdpr, data breach

Posted Thursday, Jun 2016 by Nicky Hjerpe

Multi-Channel or Multi-Flannel?

 

There’s been a lot of coverage in the customer service and contact centre media around companies being urged to ramp up multi-channel and omni-channel service for customers.

customer experience, omni-channel

Posted Monday, Jun 2016 by Nicky Hjerpe

Customers Will Walk if You Suffer a Data Breach

 

It's becoming a common theme- businesses are simply not taking security seriously enough, hackers are finding their way in and customers are simply finding their way out.

compliance

Posted Monday, May 2016 by Cameron Ross

Should we use pause and resume call recording to meet PCI compliance?

 

Are you seeking solutions to mitigate possible fraud, more specifically in your contact centres? If you process card payments on behalf of customers, you may have heard of the quick-fix pause and resume technology.

compliance

Posted Wednesday, May 2016 by Leora Grace

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