Artifical Intelligence can provide real-time insights on customer behavior and history, helping your call center reps. It's like a coach that is always there.
One of the debates that will be coming up soon in the world of sports is how to handle prosthetic/robotic enhancements. What will be legal, and what will be considered cheating, or beyond the realms of competitions? And while that is interesting, I’m also curious about artificial intelligence and coaching: if a coach has a
I don’t have answers to this. What I do know is that AI is coming more and more into play in every field, including customer service and call centers. It is able to analyze incredible amounts of information instantly and synthesize that into a decision-making framework that both mimics
That’s where call centers and AI fully interact. We know that chatbots can do passable imitations of humans (and we’ll talk about them next week), but that isn’t the heart of AI and call centers. What AI can do is incorporate Big Data analysis into any given customer interaction and provide real-time feedback to the representative.
In doing so, it can help guide every point of contact toward a successful resolution. AI will improve the performance of your representatives by helping them understand exactly what is happening, providing key customer insight, business acumen, and data-driven decision making. Unlike in sports, this doesn’t contort competition. But using it will help you best your competitors.
What AI Can Provide in Real-Time
There is nothing more valuable than an experience call-center supervisor, someone who knows the ropes, who has seen everything before, and who can skillfully handle nearly any given situation. Those are the kind of supervisors you expect when you partner with a third-party call center team, and that’s the kind you’ll get. The only problem is that they can’t be on every call at once, and can’t really be “on” any given call.
Think about it: your supervisor, for the most part, can’t be sitting on the call, whispering or typing advice while it is going on. There are a few situations where that might be possible, but it obviously isn’t sustainable, and clearly can’t be universal.
But an AI algorithm can be. It can be on every call, listening and actually comprehending, in a real way, what is happening. It isn’t just listening for keywords (although it does that as part of performance review): the AI can actually judge how a call is going and ascertain what it takes to make it go better.
Here are some things that the AI uses to make
And all this information will be distributed immediately on their screen. It can guide, make suggestions, and coach. It’s will be the best way to get a leg up on the competition, once its power is fully realized (and AI is already being used). That’s why it is important to look for a call center partner that understands the role of technology, and how to integrate it with a well-trained and professional staff.
AI is going to bring up a lot of ethical and moral questions over the next generation. But using it to help your call center staff is neither ethically nor morally questionable. It makes their lives easier. It makes the customer experience better. It’s just common sense. It’s just normal intelligence.
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