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HP Announces Customer Engagement as a Service
HP Enterprise Services has introduced new services designed for organizations interested in multichannel customer experience contact centers. The HP Customer

customer service recognition  Announces Customer Engagement as a Service HP Enterprise Services has introduced  new services  designed for organizations interested in multichannel customer experience contact centers. The HP Customer Engagement as a Service (CEaaS) resulted from the integration between HP’s cloud technology and Avaya's contact center technology. The contact center tools comprising the solution allow users to handle social media marketing, mobile integration, and customer analytics in a single cloud-based contact Read More...
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting all data from every interaction, every customer makes with a company from all access points whether they a...
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Customer Focused Self-service: Building the Balanced Business Case
Countless customers are engaging in self-service, in the process helping companies save millions by deflecting service interactions to cheaper channels. At many

customer service recognition  taking control of their customer service interactions. By 2010, says Gartner, self-service will account for 58% of interactions.ii At the product level, commoditization is taking hold. Looking for new avenues of competitive advantage, companies are enhancing pre and post-sale services to improve the customer experience. More importantly, customers will reward the company able to provide a better service experience. A recent study shows that 99% of U.S. adults said that, if they had a positive customer Read More...
AnyDoc Customer Success Story: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau Delivers Results With OCR
Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau (SHPS) was growing and needed a solution that could boost its productivity and deliver results to its clients. Processing

customer service recognition  Customer Success Story: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau Delivers Results With OCR Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau (SHPS) was growing and needed a solution that could boost its productivity and deliver results to its clients. Processing thousands of health- and benefit-related forms was a major component of its business, and as such, employees faced ever-increasing workloads. To ease the load, SHPS implemented AnyDoc’s optical character recognition (OCR) solution and drastically reduced labor Read More...
Where Has All the Service Gone?
For some reason, once a product moves into the retail channel, most manufacturers lose control. The retailer abdicates responsibility. When faced with a problem

customer service recognition  takes' to ensure true customer satisfaction. No matter where or when the product was purchased, issues are resolved with a smile. The ambiance, the piano player and the wonderful consumer experience more than compensate for a potentially higher price than at the alternative low price leaders'. Service industries have also embraced that philosophy—Ritz Carlton personnel treat each guest like a celebrity—hospitality takes on a new meaning. Supermarkets are recognizing the value of customer loyalty Read More...
Insights to Accelerate Services Growth: Account Management, Service Metrics, and Customer Dashboards
A service business should be managed and measured based on the maturity of the business and the specific requirements of its customers. To take this approach

customer service recognition  These companies recognize that customer service innovation is a way to differentiate themselves from the pack. An emphasis is placed on introducing new offerings – both enhanced product-services and new value-added managed and professional services. Comprehensively understanding customer processes and total cost-of-ownership are fundamental. Front-office processes – services marketing, services sales and pricing – gain more internal mindshare. Executive leadership appreciates the ability of the Read More...
The Evolution of IT as a Service
Most IT service providers have always and continue to operate in a break/fix service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider

customer service recognition  service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider drops everything to fix it. Under these circumstances, service providers have a difficult time forecasting monthly revenues and staffing needs, which has a huge impact on profitability. Add to this the intense competition, excessive customer turnover, low technician utilization rates, and shrinking margins that characterize today‟s market, and the result is IT service providers anxious to find a new way of delivering their Read More...
11Ants Customer Response Analyzer
11Ants Customer Response Analyzer is software that allows marketers to target those customers statistically most likely to respond to a marketing offer.

customer service recognition  Customer Response Analyzer 11Ants Customer Response Analyzer is software that allows marketers to target those customers statistically most likely to respond to a marketing offer. Read More...
Optimal Service-parts Management
Today’s service-parts organizations, such as those in the aerospace and defense, automotive, agricultural, heavy equipment, and industrial machinery industries,

customer service recognition  and profit growth. Increasing customer demands and a dynamic marketplace are forcing these organizations to operate at new levels of flexibility and responsiveness, to address customer requirements and attain targeted profit margins. Read More...
The ROI of Software as a Service
Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go

customer service recognition  ROI of Software as a Service Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go pricing. But many firms question the long-term value of SaaS, wondering if the rent-versus-own model has a cost crossover point? Discover how some firms have obtained long-term value with SaaS solutions as SaaS has moved into larger, more strategic deployments. Read More...
MSF R2 Service Architecture
As Internet and IP technologies are increasing service expectations, the number of resources available to create, deploy, and manage new services have reduced

customer service recognition  R2 Service Architecture As Internet and IP technologies are increasing service expectations, the number of resources available to create, deploy, and manage new services have reduced. The result is that expectations for new services are outpacing the ability to deliver them. We explore the limitations of traditional voice service architecture, and propose a new architectural solution to address these shortcomings. Read More...
The Customer as a Strategic Asset
Ask 500 CEOs to define the word “customer,” and you’ll come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are

customer service recognition  Customer as a Strategic Asset Ask 500 CEOs to define the word “customer,” and you’ll come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are the same ones used to describe an organization’s long-term strategic assets. Yet for many organizations, customers aren’t considered assets at all; and yet they’re expected to constitute the lifeblood of the business itself. Read More...
IFS Field Service Management: Field Service Management (FSM) Competitor Analysis Report


customer service recognition  Field Service Management: Field Service Management (FSM) Competitor Analysis Report Read More...
Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground
Software as a service is the latest incarnation of the hosting model. The demand for cost efficiency, information technology flexibility, and faster return on

customer service recognition  business value that the customer or user derives from the use of the software service. Hosted applications can be purchased on a rental basis. This means that instead of buying a software license, customers pay a subscription price per user per month (or year), or per number of transactions in certain software categories. ASPs that have reinvented themselves as SaaS providers have done so by first focusing on one or two core areas, such as sales force automation (SFA), e-mail management, e-commerce Read More...

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