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How WFM & Data Analytics Can Transform Contact Centres

noble.systems.exchange.image.march.2015Noble Systems Seminar: How Workforce Management & Data Analytics Can Transform your Contact Centre

Date: Thursday 16th April 2015

Location: Noble Systems’ Offices, 11 Commerce Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1HW

Agenda:

08.30 – Registration, refreshments and light breakfast

09.00 – Introductions & Overview of the morning

09.10 – Top 10 Ways WFM Can Transform your Contact Centre

Networking Break

10.20 – Implementing Insights from Data Analytics

10.50 – Q&A Panel

11.00 – Close and coffee

Summary:

This breakfast briefing is a fast paced, high level overview specifically designed to focus on how contact centres can implement Workforce Management and Data Analytics to reduce operating expenses, improve the quality of conversations, enhance the customer experience, increase revenues and improve agent morale.

Whether selling new products or collecting past due payments, in today’s environment it is more challenging than ever to contact customers. Automated diallers have become an integral part of most outbound collection, telemarketing and outbound customer service strategies. However, these devices working alone cannot determine the right time to call the right customer and get the right result. Learn how the latest technology can balance available agent resources with probability of customer contact and customer importance, applying predictive models to help organisations schedule the best calls for each hour of the day.

Workforce Management (WFM) is the art of having the right number of skilled people, and supporting resources, in the right place at the right time to meet the desired service levels for an accurately forecasted workload. Learn how WFM removes the guesswork from your contact centre planning, by carefully balancing the demands of business activities, staff requirements and your customers’ service level expectations with efficient staffing levels.

The speakers will be giving concise presentations, using real life examples of ways to improve operations, customer service and ROI.

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This breakfast briefing is a fast paced, high level overview specifically designed to focus on how contact centres can implement Workforce Management and Data Analytics to reduce operating expenses, improve the quality of conversations, enhance the customer experience, increase revenues and improve agent morale.

Whether selling new products or collecting past due payments, in today’s environment it is more challenging than ever to contact customers.

Automated diallers have become an integral part of most outbound collection, telemarketing and outbound customer service strategies. However, these devices working alone cannot determine the right time to call the right customer and get the right result.

Learn how the latest technology can balance available agent resources with probability of customer contact and customer importance, applying predictive models to help organisations schedule the best calls for each hour of the day.

Workforce Management (WFM) is the art of having the right number of skilled people, and supporting resources, in the right place at the right time to meet the desired service levels for an accurately forecasted workload. Learn how WFM removes the guesswork from your contact centre planning, by carefully balancing the demands of business activities, staff requirements and your customers’ service level expectations with efficient staffing levels.

The speakers will be giving concise presentations, using real life examples of ways to improve operations, customer service and ROI.


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