Tag Archives: customer satisfaction

E-Commerce in 2016 and the Importance of Customer Satisfaction

James Purcell/ November 29, 2016

Millennials, Omni-Channel and Good Old Fashioned Customer Service E-Commerce is constantly evolving and branching off into new customer applications. These include new payment methods, buying processes and improved channels for connecting. Millennials are a major target audience for e-commerce businesses in 2016 and companies are developing a lot of new and interesting services for this group. This year may see

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What Makes a Great Customer Service Agent?

James Purcell/ July 4, 2016

The Key Skills Every Call Centre Agent Should Possess Every time a customer service representative answers a call he or she is representing one of our client companies and the caller expects first-rate customer support. Each customer service representative should have certain qualities which ensure that each client is represented in a professional and friendly manner. Each representative must be

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Improving First Contact Resolution in Customer Service

James Purcell/ June 13, 2016

FCR (First Contact Resolution) in a Call Centre First contact resolution is one of the most important metrics in customer service. Improving the FCR rate means that more calls can be answered in a timely manner. This boosts a company’s customer service levels, and our clients gain a reputation for having great customer service. Pinpoint the Issue  Summarising the call

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New Contract: A School Of Business

James Purcell/ March 29, 2016

Outbound Marketing Campaign Arema Connect is delighted to announce that we have acquired a new contract in March. Our new partner is one of the world’s premier business and management institutions. They offer MBA programs, online business courses and more to business professionals globally. Overview This new client required a reputable BPO company to carry out an outbound marketing campaign that followed up on

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Customer Support Tailored for the FMCG Sector

James Purcell/ March 14, 2016

Customer Service for Product Quality and Product Recall The FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) sector is just that, fast. Customers expect round the clock service and response times must be quick, especially for product quality issues. There are a lot of moving parts in an FMCG retail company and there are many different departments, for this reason, customer tracking is

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9 Things you need for a Successful E-commerce site

James Purcell/ February 22, 2016

The E-Commerce Checklist E-commerce businesses have been around since the early 90’s and in the time following the new millennium, online stores have exploded to the point where for every bricks and mortar store there are thousands of online retail stores. Furthermore, these brick and mortar stores are now almost obliged to have an online hub of their own for customers

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New Contract: A New Safety Device For Parents and Carers

James Purcell/ February 15, 2016

Customer Support for the Retail Sector Our new client is an Irish company that sells an intriguing safety device for parents and the elderly. It is a watch at first glimpse but it is also a phone and SOS GPS Location Device. It can hold two-way voice calls, it is water resistant and the battery usage is low. The device works by pairing to

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Busy Times, Customer Satisfaction and Overflow Customer Support Service

James Purcell/ November 16, 2015

Satisfy every Customer Any successful company has a core workforce of dedicated employees but during busy periods even the best cannot handle 100% of customer calls. This leads to a customers’ most hated experience, being stuck in a queue. According to Help Scout 67% of customers have hung up the phone out of frustration they could not talk to a

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How to Conduct a Customer Satisfaction Survey?

Silvia Planella/ May 11, 2015

Five key components to any customer satisfaction programme: 1. Who should be interviewed? You can pick your clients along the following criteria: client size, profitability, products purchased and location (use your own criteria). You can have representative samples of you target market. 2. What should be measured? A normal survey would consist of at least 10 questions with 2 of

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