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The Science of Customer Happiness
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Understand the nuances of what keeps a customer happy and you have a customer for life.
Call Center Books
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A recent book from industry expert Phil Verghis contains excellent information and strategic insights that are well worth your while.
Want Change in the Center? Start at the Top
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How call centers can collaborate effectively with sales and marketing.
You Don’t Need A Hero
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Think customer support is limited to troubleshooting? If you do, then you may be waiting for problems to arise. Here’s how to articulate — and increase — the value of support from your customer’s point of view.
Speech Recognition Goes Mainstream
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Why speech recognition is emerging as an essential component of customer service.
Innovative Trends in Quality Monitoring
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Why do some call centers struggle to implement quality monitoring while others achieve impressive results? Here is a look at some of the more successful approaches to monitoring today.
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