Hi! My name is Brad.
I’ve worked in a contact center for many years now, and I am beginning to notice how the cloud platform is changing contact centers and the future of customer experiences.
As contact centers around the world undergo fundamental changes to be able to better handle new communications channels like social media and multi-channel communications across voice, email, web chat, and text, customers expect increasingly personalized interactions.
Let’s take a look at how cloud contact centers are positively changing the customer experience.
Thanks to the changes contact centers are undergoing courtesy of the cloud, customers can be greeted with a personalized experience. APIs that enable tight integration with call routing solutions and data that can easily be drawn from databases are just a few ways the cloud is improving contact centers to create a more personalized experience for customers.
Customers today expect companies to communicate with them in the ways they expect and prefer. Thanks to the changes contact centers are undergoing, companies today can reach customers when and how they’re most accessible whether it’s through text, chatbots, email, or even social media. Contact centers today now also have the ability to enable agents to engage with multiple customers across different channels and pivot smoothly between them.
It’s hard to improve customer experiences at an organization that is not well-run. Ongoing changes at contact centers today have optimized agent performance by increasing interaction speed. Many cloud contact centers today even offer better support for distributed workers, outsourced agents, and traditional agents. Thanks to the changes happening at contact centers, these companies are not only seeing improved employee and customer satisfaction and increased customer loyalty but enhanced revenue as well.
As more and more businesses move their operations to the cloud, we are seeing dramatic benefits for these companies and customers alike. Now that the cloud can improve the customer experience, it’s only a matter of time before all contact centers adopt this platform.
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