Tags: Contact Center Metrics

Posted: 05/27/2015 - 11:40 | Inova Solutions

Nothing adds to the chaos in a contact center more than emotional responses to a growing queue. In this webinar we will discuss a more planned, logical approach to the ebbs and flows of our real time environment, and ways help to generate more consistent performance.

Posted: 04/20/2015 - 17:07 | Inova Solutions

The first step to implementing a real-time performance strategy is to create KPIs and metrics that can be used to identify and address performance issues based on your contact center’s business environment and goals. With the wide variety of industries now served by contact centers, there is no one-size-fits all set of metrics. Instead, call center leaders must understand which metrics will provide the best information and drive the appropriate call to action.

Posted: 11/19/2014 - 15:29 | Inova Solutions

Build.com does not focus on typical contact center metrics, instead encouraging “agents to spend as much time as necessary to serve customer needs and build relationships.” With that in mind, they needed a solution that could communicate metrics to foster self-management, effective management, and customer service. ...The solution was installation of Inova Performance Tracker web-based dashboards, displayed on six large HD monitors to keeps all employees informed.

Posted: 02/25/2014 - 00:00 | Inova Solutions

Justin Robbins recently published an article ICMI, “Fine Tuning Your Contact Center Through the Use of Innovative Metrics.” In the article, Robbins first sums up what many of us already know: “metrics are everywhere,” with “more data than we know what do with and the mounting desire to throw our hands up in defeat.”

Posted: 10/28/2013 - 00:00 | Inova Solutions

When I recently came across a book titled I Love You More than My Dog, by Jeanne Bliss, I was intrigued.  When I saw that the book was about customer service, I knew I had to read it.  I haven’t finished reading yet, and haven’t had time to reflect on the big picture, but one passage has already made me stop and consider how companies today think about customer relationships.