Workforce Management (WFM) is quite rightly seen as potentially the most valuable tool in the contact centre manager’s portfolio, as it effectively provides them with a platform for unlocking the potential of further Workforce Optimisation initiatives.
Implemented and operated correctly, WFO disciplines such as Workforce Management also play an important ongoing role in ensuring that contact centres schedule and manage their most expensive resource – their agents – efficiently.
- Delivering best practice operational performance through Workforce Optimisation
- Realising the potential of Employee Optimisation tools
- Extending Workforce Optimisation benefits to a broader audience
- Cloud-based Employee Optimisation set to increase business agility
- Enabling more strategic Workforce Optimisation activities
White Paper: Ensuring Workforce Optimisation Effectiveness
Done right, WFO helps to inform the right decisions and contributes directly to ensuring service excellence
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Addison Lee has transformed from a London private hire to a global business. Providing service around the world is at the heart of their business objectives.
Video: LV= Workforce Management Strategic Planning Story
LV= has been on a journey to evolve their Workforce Management activities by creating a better experience for their customers and employees.
Video: HomeServe – Speech Analytics Business Improvements Story
In this video case study, Alison Hanson, Director of Contact Centre Strategy at HomeServe discusses how implementing Speech Analytics has helped to identify pinch-points and process improvements to improve the customer experience.
White Paper: The guide to improving your contact centre Net Promoter Score
Research showed us that top performing companies with the highest NPS scores all understand the links between Operational, employee and customer insight.
Video: Highlights – Sabio’s Disrupt CX 2019
Sabio's Disrupt CX 2019 in April addressed the challenges organisations face in responding to customer experience requirements.
Case Study: Lifeplus uses customer satisfaction insights to maintain Bright Index top 25% position
Lifeplus wanted to invest in its people and infrastructure, demonstrating its commitment to their values and principles to keep people at the heart of everything they do.
Video: Hello, we’re Sabio
At Sabio we make sure your customer experience is brilliant, then stays brilliant.
Case Study: The White Company – Fully Automated CSAT Delivers 20% Increase in Response Rate
The White Company was looking to understand what customers really thought about their experience in the contact centre, and to know exactly where to focus on improving the service delivered
Case Study: Network Homes – Exceed CSAT targets, Improve Agent Utilisation & Increase Employee Engagement
Since 1974, Network Homes has been acquiring and building homes for affordable rent across London helping individuals and families from all walks of life.
Case Study: TUI – Improving customer experience during a major business transition
TUI Group is a multinational travel and tourism company, encompassing well-known brands such as Thomson and First Choice.