Hello, we’re Sabio
We make sure your customer experience is brilliant, then stays brilliant.
Sabio provides the expertise and solutions you need to respond to the ever-changing needs of your customers. Then with our analytics and insight, we’ll help you improve visibility, responsiveness and control across all your customer-interaction channels.
We think CX should be brilliant and we’ll show you how at DISRUPT CX 2019. Register Today
How do I automate without losing the human touch?
It’s about knowing when to automate and when to keep things real.
- Virtual Assistant
- Customer Engagement
- Voice Automation
Can somebody explain the cloud to me?
We can explain it, and migrate your contact centre operations to the right part of it.
- Contact Centre Technology
- Contact Centre Compliance
- Network Services & Infrastructure
- Training Courses
How do I optimise what we have and know what we need?
Our analytics, data and insight will show you how you’re doing, and what needs work.
- Contact Centre Performance
- Customer Analytics
- Workforce Optimisation
What our clients say
“Having Sabio on board as a technology partner for the BGL Group means we always have access to the latest best practice customer engagement technology solutions.”
“Sabio has delivered a fantastic roadmap for the evolution and proactive monitoring (MaaS) of our Avaya Contact Centre infrastructure. Sabio’s active engagement model has enabled LV= to drive it’s contact centre transformation plan and unlock significant savings.”
“Looking to the future we needed an expert technology partner to help us in developing our next generation, multi-channel communications infrastructure”
“Thanks to a major reform of our customer contact processes and the application of Workforce Management techniques, we’re now in a position to unlock significant operational productivity improvements.”
“After assessing a range of potential partners we selected Sabio because we felt they demonstrated a clear understanding of our business and the challenges we faced.”
“Sabio not only understood all aspects of the WFO technology and were confident about its outcomes, but were also happy to take ownership of the project – enabling us to focus on unlocking the performance benefits.”
“With its blend of long-term Avaya, Verint and Nuance accreditations, backed by strong social media, digital and multi-channel resources, Sabio makes an ideal technology partner for our critical ‘Contact Centre of the Future’ project.”
“Sabio’s ability to offer a comprehensive, next generation customer contact platform, fully managed and hosted from the UK, gives Unibet all the control and agility we need to take our customer experience to the next level.”
“Working with Sabio we’ve been able to identify, deploy and reap the benefits from today’s best practice contact centre technologies.”
“The Sabio OnDemand cloud-enabled approach was perfect for DX. It Incorporates the functionality of Avaya’s core IP Office and ACCS giving a true single view of the customer, as well as providing a powerful platform for future customer contact innovations”
“Sabio’s proven experience in deploying speech analytics solutions and tuning them for improved performance has helped us accelerate our time to value and we look forward to making customer analytics an integral part of our broader engagement strategy”
“Working with Sabio has given us access to a real depth of understanding in both workforce optimisation processes and technology, and that has been a key factor in ensuring the success of a major technology refresh project at Office Depot.”
News & events
Hear Rory Cellan-Jones at DISRUPT CX 2019
Leading tech correspondent to outline some of the key trends set to reshape customer behaviour over the next five years
Can someone please just explain the cloud to me?
As individuals we’re all comfortable with using many different global cloud services every day via our smartphones, so it’s surprising how often the Sabio Solutions team still gets asked the following question: can someone please just explain the cloud to me?
New guidance rings the changes for securing telephone payments
The “voice of the customer” takes on a very literal meaning when you’re dealing with contact centre security.
UK National Contact Centre Awards | 2019
As a leading customer contact technology specialist, Sabio is delighted to be sponsoring the 2019 UK National Contact Centre Awards.
Making sense of CX data
Why it’s time to start transitioning from ‘what happened?’ to ‘what should I do?’…
The Forum | Customer Strategy & Planning Conference 2019
Again this year, we are proud to be members of The Forum and Sponsor of their conferences and programmes throughout the year.
Sabio DISRUPT CX 2019 event to showcase brilliant customer experience delivery
BGL Group, Direct Line Group and Forrester Research to speak and share insight into CX differentiation. Guest Speaker – technology […]
Listening without action wastes everyone’s time
The Issue: At Sabio we’re seeing an acceleration towards feedback fatigue among increasingly over-surveyed customers.
Call & Contact Centre Expo | 2019
Sabio will be exhibiting at the Call & Contact Centre Expo in March 2019. Come and say hello to us at stand 430!
Does the Phone Number still matter?
Recent Ofcom research suggests that time spent on landlines has halved in the UK since 2012, and that over the same period we’ve only increased our mobile call minutes by
12-13% on average. Ofcom asked the question – do phone numbers actually matter anymore?
Facebook’s Zuckerberg bets big on messaging
The Issue: Recently Mark Zuckerberg set out his ‘privacy-focused’ vision for Facebook. He suggested secure messaging will be one of the dominant ways that we all communicate going forward, and also outlined plans to integrate Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger.
It’s time to stop paying lip-service to the Voice of the Customer
Last week Forrester Research’s lead contact centre analyst found herself on hold for 30 minutes waiting for a Bank of America agent to help. She turned to Twitter to highlight the bank’s horrible IVR app, lack of a callback facility, absence of a queue time indicator and the same continuous hold message.