13 results for tag: Continuous improvement


Great Outcomes presents 8×8 Global Cloud Communications, the second time around!

We are pleased to have hosted a breakfast event presenting 8×8 Global Cloud Communications again in Auckland and for the first time in Wellington. We kicked off in Auckland with a delightful breakfast and introduction from Giles Potter, Director of Great Outcomes. We then proceeded to a presentation from Paula Gill, Regional Channel Manager of 8×8 Australia and New Zealand. 8x8's Senior Sales Engineer, Jamaal Savwoir joined us via Virtual Meeting to discuss 8x8 Virtual Contact Centre in Auckland, and Dinesh Bedi, 8x8 Regional Sales Engineer, who presented in Wellington.  Thanks to all our guests who attended the breakfasts. Auckland ...

Great Outcomes Limited appointed to New Zealand’s All-of-Government Consultancy Services Panel

Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment selects Great Outcomes Ltd. Great Outcomes Limited; one of New Zealand’s longest established contact centre management consultancies, today announced that they have been appointed by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment to the All-of-Government Consultancy Services panel of providers. Great Outcomes has been appointed to provide services in four categories; Change Management, Human Resources, Operations Management and Risk, and Policy, Research and Development. Giles Potter, Director of Great Outcomes Ltd, said in Auckland, “We are extremely pleased to have been appointed to the ...

COPC Inc. Signs Agreement with Great Outcomes Limited

COPC Inc. Expands Services to New Zealand COPC Inc., the world’s leading authority on operations which support the customer experience, today announced that they have signed an agreement with Great Outcomes Limited, one of New Zealand’s longest established specialists in customer service management, to help expand and grow COPC Inc.’s services in New Zealand. Ian Aitchison, CEO of the Asia Pacific Region for COPC Inc. explained, “New Zealand has a well-established contact centre industry, but our research indicates that the level of service being provided by these contact centres to their consumers has stalled in the last few years. We ...

Regus Selects 8×8 Enterprise Cloud Communications for Its Network of Global Business Centers

Worldwide deployment The initial deployment of 8x8’s Enterprise Communications-as-a-Service (ECaaS) solution is planned across the U.S. and Europe. Following the initial deployment, 8x8 will continue to deploy its enterprise communications service to the rapidly growing number of Regus business centers worldwide. Today, Regus operates out of over 2,500 locations across 106 countries and is an LSE listed company which recorded double-digit revenue growth during the first half of the year. Companies like Google, Toshiba and GlaxoSmithKline choose Regus so that they can work flexibly and make their businesses more successful. Innovative communi...

8×8 Expands International Footprint with Investments in Europe, Asia Pacific, and LATAM to Support Mid-Market and Enterprise Customer Growth

Announces New Global Data Centers, Localization Capabilities, and Customer Support Centers 8x8, Inc., the leading provider of global Enterprise Communications as a Service (ECaaS), today announced its expanding its international footprint with new investments in Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America (LATAM) to support growing demand from global and distributed mid-market and enterprise customers. This will include the addition of three new data centers in Singapore, The Netherlands and Brazil; full localization capabilities (end user application and portal localization) for an additional six languages - French (two dialects), German, Dutch, ...

Great Outcomes will be @CCiNZ 2016 Conference – Friday 19/8

Join us at the hub of innovation, best practices and approaches for Contact Centres!

Surveying Staff and Customers – Ideas on Frequency

It is always good news hearing that a company is about to start a new survey, whether its an internal survey of staff or external with customers. Gathering feedback is the start of the process to positive change and improvement for your business. Even with a one-time survey, you need to think about the timing, and also about the frequency of carrying out surveys whether internal or external. An initial survey will give you a baseline, setting a benchmark that you can judge later results against. To consider the timing of a single survey, versus two per year, or continuous surveying below is some continuous data as an example. This data chart ...

2015 Voice of the Customer NZ results now available

In Wellington Thursday 7 April, Giles Potter, Director of Great Outcomes delivered the 2015 Voice of the Customer New Zealand study results presentation. This research study explores Voice of the Customer (VoC) management practices and organisational experience in New Zealand today. Full of insightful and revealing practices and experiences of organisations across New Zealand relating to the collection, management and use of customer feedback and survey data. The report offers evidence based results about the management and use of customer survey data. For example, the study found that while many have taken up VoC programmes, most (77%) ...

2015 Voice of the Customer NZ Research Presentation

Great Outcomes is excited to present the 2015 Voice of the Customer New Zealand Study. This research study explores Voice of the Customer (VoC) management practices and organisational experience in New Zealand today. The study outlines the practices and experiences of organisations across New Zealand relating to the collection, management and use of customer feedback and survey data and offers empirically driven insights and recommendations for the management and use of customer survey data. Last November - December 2015 organisations in New Zealand were invited to respond to our survey about their expectations, approach and experience with ...

Tauranga ripe for call centre market

Tauranga is well-placed to attract a share of the growing call centre market, says industry expert Giles Potter, who visited the Bay of Plenty last Friday to brief Priority One on the sector's potential. Priority One business relocations manager Max Mason said attracting call centre businesses from within and outside New Zealand was a key focus of Priority One's strategy this year. "Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty have a huge amount of potential for many reasons," said Mr Potter. He noted that the industry was focused in Auckland, but was growing and confirmed that New Zealand was attracting international call centre business. "Pe...