Authored on: Jun 28, 2013
Download Balancing customer service quality and costs is an ongoing battle for most organizations. Superior service means higher labor spend, but shunting customers into long support queues and confusing self-help areas costs companies loyalty and retention. Conventional technologies don't help much: They're fragmented, with no unified view of customer interactions; they don't provide effective peer-based support, leaving customers frustrated and dissatisfied; and they do nothing to improve retention, knowledge-sharing and overall enablement of service rep teams. Learn how social business tools eliminate the conventional cost/quality trade-offs.