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Today’s consumers want answers, and they want them now. When they contact you for support, they expect to be served by someone who knows your products and services inside and out, but for most companies, that involves more memorization than even a Jeopardy champion could handle. So what are you doing wrong? Here are six best practices for using knowledge management in the call center to make every agent an expert.
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Oct 20, 2017

Knowledge Management in the Call Center: 6 Ways You’re Getting It Wrong

Today’s consumers want answers, and they want them now. When they contact you for support, they expect to be served by someone who knows your products and services inside and out, but for most companies, that involves more memorization than even a Jeopardy champion could handle. So what are you doing wrong? Here are six best practices for using knowledge management in the call center to make every agent an expert.
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In the world of customer service call centers, first contact resolution (FCR) measures how many customers had their issue resolved after just one communication touchpoint with a service agent. The related metric of talk time, or how long an agent spends communicating with a customer, is often examined in conjunction with first call resolution rates. However, when analyzed in a vacuum, these two numbers can lead to a dangerous misinterpretation of call center metrics.
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Oct 6, 2017

Are Your Call Center Metrics Lying? 4 Questions To Ask About Call Center Analytics

In the world of customer service call centers, first contact resolution (FCR) measures how many customers had their issue resolved after just one communication touchpoint with a service agent. The related metric of talk time, or how long an agent spends communicating with a customer, is often examined in conjunction with first call resolution rates. However, when analyzed in a vacuum, these two numbers can lead to a dangerous misinterpretation of call center metrics.
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