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Getting the Focus of Customer Support Back on the Customer

5 Tips for Building a Customer Interaction Management Team

Building a great team of any type takes time and patience. But, when it comes to taking care of the most important asset of a business (your customers), making sure you have the right people in place to manage these complex relationships is essential. Here are 5 tips to keep in mind when building a customer interaction management team…

1) Look for excellent conversationalists – This won’t always show up on a resume, so make sure to interview potential team members in person to see how well they pick up and react to different types of language. Observe their reactions not only to what you say but also your body language and tone of voice. Non-verbal communication is just as important in business as what people say through words.

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How to Maintain Accurate Customer Support Reports and Metrics

With more companies discovering the value of customer support, and how it’s now a profit center and no longer a cost center, company executives are placing a higher value on support metrics. Data is king in modern business, with more decisions being driven by analytics than ever before. So, if you’re a customer support leader, how can you maintain accurate reporting and metrics in your customer support software? Here are some of the best tactics…

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The Importance of Task Management in Customer Support Software

Like any business, we all have different customers with different needs. Some customers have basic issues, while others have highly complex problems that can’t be solved in a single response by even your best agents.

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Why “Customer Success” Is NOT Just a Catch Phrase – It’s Here to Stay

In the business world, catch phrases come and go. Remember when “the net” was a thing? Running to your desk to grab a spreadsheet from “the net” was once a common task, but if you told an intern this right now they’d probably just give you a blank look!

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4 Ways the Customer Support Process is Like a Sales Funnel

As professionals, it can be surprising how roles within a business that seem completely opposite really aren’t that much different. A product manager and a technology stack manager may seem like they have nothing in common with their day-to-day work life, but take a step back and you’ll see both roles are constantly evaluating processes and solutions to ensure everything is running smoothly.

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