Our aim is to again present no waffle, no sales pitches, just straight talking from industry experts.
A way to view what best practice looks like now and understand how the changes will impact the industry.
Sarina can look at all of the data at our disposal, see patterns emerge, glean the root cause of the problem – and create a narrative that may include several ways to create a solution that is impossible to question.
As organisations emerge from the pandemic to accelerate their businesses into the digital age, it has become abundantly clear that the customer is in charge and needs to be placed at the centre of digital transformation efforts. Today, 88% of consumers expect companies to accelerate digital and innovation initiatives in response to COVID-19. CX cannot be neglected in the race towards digital.
Quality of data, testing at different times, using features of the dialler, tweaking settings, remaining compliant
Digital transformation is about people. It’s about the quality of the experience you can create for them through innovative technology. If we ignore CX in the context of digital transformation, we have missed the point. CX is a hot topic, that comes with a couple of common myths and preconceptions.
We’re debunking those myths around CX with Karl Reed, Chief Solutions Officer at Pivotal Data.
Are you basing your CX strategy on a myth?
Rita Govender, Marilyn Moonsamy and Craig Shalekoff
A continued investment in your people through learning, will ensure they remain skilled, engaged and aligned to your contact centre values. The consequence of which if done well should manifest itself in an increase in both individual and organisational performance. The BPO environment continues to see exponential growth driving the need for skilled employees with a focus on employee retention and productivity. Whilst it can take effort and thought to create an environment that drives the learning agenda, the impact of such change will yield significant business benefits and must be embraced for continued organisational success.
How MBV IT built solutions when the world as we know it was crumbling down.
How MBV IT adopted the culture of innovation in order to develop products to ensure its survival and how the pandemic turned out to be the best period for the organization
Work Industry Neutral Growth Skills (WINGS) and how this is directly connected to the 6 human needs and why these are the skills the future fit employee will need to be resilient and adaptable in the future ways of work.
Tanya Phillips and Rita Govender
The CCMG is the Professional Body of the Contact Centre industry in South Africa and represents over 2,006 Contact Centres, 22,500 top and middle managers and 10,000 agent level individuals. The CCMG contributes to the professional growth of businesses and professionals within the Contact Centre industry, providing a forum for knowledge sharing and networking to empower and transform its members, while building on service excellence and continuous improvement within the industry.
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