Trends 2011: Customer Service
Ten Trends Drive Planning For Service And Support Process Transformation
January 25, 2011
Why Read This Report
Organizations of all types strive to differentiate themselves through delivering an outstanding customer experience. Customers know what good service is and demand it from each interaction they have, over any channel that they use. But customer service managers continue to struggle with balancing cost-control measures with customer satisfaction initiatives. This report provides insights into the top 10 customer service trends that business process professionals can capitalize on as they set their plans for 2011. Use Forrester's Customer Service Trends Impact Analysis Framework to pinpoint the key steps to make your plans bulletproof.
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- Customer Service Trends Impact Analysis Framework
Table of Contents
- Customer Service Struggles To Balance Cost With Satisfaction
- Leaders Focus On A Reproducible Service Experience
- The Voice Of The Customer Drives Improvement
- Customer Service Adopts Enabling Solutions
- Pragmatic Execution Is The Key To Success
WHAT IT MEANS
- Capitalize On Trends To Leapfrog The Competition
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