7 results for tag: innovation


Measuring Customer Experience: Post-call surveys are great tools

Fifth Quadrant and AusContact have very generously provided Great Outcomes with their latest benchmark results about survey usage in Australian contact centres. 143 contact centres were surveyed and yet a significant proportion do not have a post-call survey in place.  Creating and launching a survey tool is relatively easy.  Great Outcomes Director Giles Potter outlines the many ways you can benefit from having a survey in place to measure Customer Experience. Enter your details to download the whitepaper below.   If you would like a call right away about creating a Post-Call survey fill in your details here for a call back  

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 ...

Auto Europe Saves US$700K a Year With 8×8 UC

8x8's recent customer wins include Auto Europe, an international car rental provider, who has chosen 8x8 to roll out cloud-based unified communications (UC) to manage its global office telephony for 600 users and call centers for 300 seats across the US, Australia, and Germany. NetSuite, a provider of cloud-based ERP and omnichannel commerce software, selected 8x8 to replace its existing legacy communication system for 4,500 employees worldwide. And Regus, a global workplace provider that operates over 2,500 business centers worldwide across 106 countries uses 8x8. In the following article, Auto Europe CIO Dan Petlon talks about why his company ...

8×8 Announces Next Generation Global Channel Program, New Partners. Great Outcomes announced as 8×8 partner.

Great Outcomes’ offers industry leading cloud communications services for contact centres through partnership with 8x8. Today's announcement opens new opportunities to assist our clients deliver a higher quality customer experience in all channels. Read the full release: http://investors.8x8.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=999205

How Do I Control Absenteeism in My Contact Centre?

 By Maggie Klenke. Maggie Klenke was a cofounder of The Call Center School and is now an independent consultant. Maggie has visited New Zealand to deliver training, and spoke to Great Outcomes clients at a luncheon. Maggie has great affection for NZ and owns a ranch in Tennessee as well as being a call centre guru! It seems that nearly every contact centre struggles to control absenteeism. No matter how accurate the planning is, when more people are missing than expected, the service suffers. Addressing this problem takes many forms and some solutions will work better in individual centers than others. Step One - Identify the sources of absentee...

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...