Tag Archives: mobile

Are customers moving to mobiles for #custserv?

Earlier this year, Kate Leggett from Forrester published her top ten predications for customer service in 2014. One of them was particularly interesting to me: Trend 2: Customer Service Will Adopt a Mobile-First Mindset Customer service mobile applications remain nascent as … Continue reading

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Customer service trends in 2014

It’s that time of the year again where everyone is thinking about what will happen in 2014. What are the important trends going to be and what do executives involved in customer service need to be thinking about? At the … Continue reading

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What makes a great in-store customer experience?

Our blog has talked a lot about the omni-channel this year. This is one of the biggest changes taking place to the customer service industry at present so that is no surprise, but it’s interesting to see a few reminders … Continue reading

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Optimising Customer Experience in the Digital Era: CIAgenda

Last week Teleperformance UK hosted another event focused on exploring the way the entire customer service industry is changing. Titled ‘Optimising Customer Experience in the Digital Era’ the event analysed channel shift in the modern customer service environment.  Phil Winters … Continue reading

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Mobile payment systems are changing fast

Have you used PayPal recently? It has revolutionised the world of online payments and though auction sites like eBay used to have a murky history of people paying for items they never received, PayPal has worked hard to improve the … Continue reading

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Changing customer service with technology

Technologies are changing fast and we are experiencing waves of disruption today that are faster than ever. Let me illustrate with a brief history lesson… Computing used to be highly centralised. Companies and organisations such as universities would have a … Continue reading

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The mobile world is maturing fast

Smartphone sales are predicted to top the one billion mark this year – the phone has morphed from a device we use for making calls into a fully functioning computer in our pocket. And now that so many consumers are … Continue reading

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2013: all about video and mobile?

I saw this blog focused on social media marketing resolutions we should all make for 2013 and it intrigued me in two quite different ways. First on the way I disagree. The author suggests that anyone watching his or her … Continue reading

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Mobile will reshape the future

I read a great article in Media Magazine this week that explored how far the world of the customer is moving to their phone. The article features a photo of a street in New York. Overlaid on the photo are … Continue reading

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Making a better connection with mobile customers

Mobile customers have been growing at such as rate that many organisations believe that mobile access will be their primary interface with the customer soon. This is going to change how companies interact with their customers enormously. Take a look … Continue reading

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