In an industry that facilitates interactions across every channel, every moment and in every geography, keeping up with customer expectations can be a challenge. Businesses in the communications, technology and media industries serve huge customer bases, need to support a complex, ever-changing array of products and deliver communication services that require immediate attention when they are down. How do you provide personalized, 24/7 support for over 110 million customers with extremely high expectations?
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Our solutions help companies that serve large, complex customer bases manage a complicated array of ever-changing products and services and deliver flawless interactions across every channel.
Communications, Media, and Technology Case Study
A Cinderella Story
To stay ahead in a rapidly changing market, this telecommunications leader moved beyond incremental service improvements to a strategy that redefined its entire customer experience. The results have been dramatic. The client’s primary retail mobile customer base jumped more than 20 percent and the company is receiving the highest customer satisfaction scores in their history.
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