Our Solutions

Giving you a step-by-step roadmap to effortless customer experience

Our Solutions

Giving you a step-by-step roadmap to effortless customer experience

One-Stop Customer Experience Agency

We will work with you to help deliver an effortless customer experience, one that is insight-driven, seamless and profitable. That means you need access to real-time data; up-to-date technology that is reliable, secure and intuitive (for the consumer and the business); and the ability to attract and retain a loyal (and profitable) customer base.

Customer Feedback

Influence behaviour to drive customer satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy at every touch point


Customer Journey Design

Deliver seamless experiences across every channel, driving competitive edge and market differentiation​

Telephony & IVR

Implement phone and IVR experiences which strengthen customer relationships & increase self serve acceptance

Technology

Use analytics and CEM Technology to create efficiencies and improve customer lifetime value


How We Do It

Discovery

We use the discovery stage to look at your current customer journeys and technology to determine where the focus needs to be.  We’ll consider your customers and engage your stakeholders throughout the whole process so that your project objectives will be more easily achieved

Design

Using the information we gather during our discovery days we use our expertise to re-design your customer journeys enabling you to maximise every contact and deliver the best possible customer experience

Design

Using the information we gather during our discovery days we use our expertise to re-design your customer journeys enabling you to maximise every contact and deliver the best possible customer experience

Implement

Working alongside your teams we assist in the implementation of your new journeys whether utilising your existing technology or rolling out new technology solutions

We strive to make our clients happy

We strive to make our clients happy

Ask Us Anything

All three measures tell you something different and it’s important to identify exactly what it is you want to know and what gives you most value. For example, there is no point measuring NPS if you are a public service with no competition. Likewise, if you are measuring NPS you need to decide if your customers really are likely to recommend your product or service (debt collection for example), if not don’t ask it.

If you want to gather feedback about the quality of an agent or getting in touch with you, post interaction surveys are most useful. These are best done as close to the interaction as possible, often in a post call IVR, SMS or on social media. If you want understand things on a longer term relationship level you can use less immediate channels such as email.

A customer journey is the what a customer has to do to interact with your organisation. You can measure journeys over different periods of time and multiple aspects of the process such as digital and it’s link to telephony or webchat. Mapping a journey and plotting it against customer feedback at each touch point is a really valuable way to understand whether your customer journey is negatively or positively impacting your customers’ experience.

Customer journey design is important because to your customers, the journeys are your business. Your customers journeys affect how your customers feel about you and whether they will continue to do business with you. Using design that engages customers enables you to influence behaviour within the journey, creating a journey which works for you and works for your customers. 

IVR stands for interactive voice response. This is slightly misleading because traditional touch tone (or DTMF if you want to be technical) IVR doesn’t actually interact with your voice. You interact by pushing buttons on the keypad in response to options provided. IVR has traditionally been used to triage calls and help you direct the call to the right team in the contact centre.

Customers don’t dislike IVR itself, they just don’t like IVR that has been poorly designed or that has been put in place to act as a barrier. Well designed IVRs will and add value to the customer and the business they are hardly noticeable (the biggest compliment you can give it).  This applies to both traditional touch tone IVR (DTMF) and newer speech recognition or natural language systems.

Customer Experience Management (CEM) is all about improving the quality and profitability of your organisation’s relationships with its prospects, customers, partners and employees. Used well CEM applications add huge value.

Most organisations want to improve relationships with customers to increase sales, loyalty, and advocacy.  All too often they leave it to individual employees or teams which can make a positive difference but the entire organisation needs to be responsible for managing and improving customer experience.  CEM technology is important because it enables effective management and delivery of the experiences your customers have during their relationship with you. When that relationships managed well it lasts longer and is more profitable.

Blogs and Case Studies

James-Hay
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James Hay Partnership

Situation: Constant negative NPS score when completing post interaction surveys by post. This was causing growing concern within the business as the customer experience was

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Legal & General
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Legal & General

Situation: Legal and General Home claims department were receiving customer complaints from customers who kept having to explain their claim every time they called

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MBNA
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MBNA

Situation: Long queue times were causing customer frustration and negatively impacting NPS and CSAT, they had a legacy telephony and IVR platform which also contributed

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