Zola marries passion for support with modern tools
Zola combines compassionate customer service with modern tools and technology
De-stress the change management process
Without a change management process to ensure success, all kinds of disruptions can occur, slowing down productivity and eating away at resources
Fill knowledge gaps with the Knowledge Capture app
A comprehensive knowledge base is an essential piece of a 21st-century support operation. But implementing it is just the first step—maintenance comes next.
How Freshly provides seamless, time-sensitive support
By embracing omnichannel support, Freshly empowers its customers to contact them in the way that’s most convenient
All about average handle time
A customer’s time is precious, and so is yours. Average handle time can help companies gauge the strength of their call center and phone support.
Fullscript’s prescription for omnichannel customer success
With GAAP revenue growth of a staggering 2,000+ percent over the last three years, in 2017 Fullscript moved from a combination of siloed support tools to adopt an all-in-one solution.
The data-driven path to building a great help center
Given the importance of great self-service support, which course should companies take to build out theirs? We turned to the Zendesk Benchmark for answers.
Figuring out “what happened?” with descriptive analytics
Not sure what to make of your customer service efforts? There are multiple types of customer analytics that can help customer service teams stay proactive, but for proper preparations and clarity, they’ll need descriptive analytics.
How a great customer experience comes from chat support
Live chat alone can’t define your customers’ experience – how they navigate the site, how they engage with support, and where they are on the customer journey all come into play.
Three customer support KPIs you need to track
Everyone uses different metrics to define their goals. So how should you even begin choosing your customer support KPIs?
Demystify your data: the 3 types of customer analytics
Customer analytics can tell you what you want to know about your customers, leading to sharper predictions and actionable roadmaps for achieving your desired results.
See your business goals through by offering live chat
It’s crucial that your live chat goals align with your business objectives. You don’t want an opportunity to slip by, so here are five business goals that can be supported (and more achievable) by offering live chat
Holiday retail and the omnichannel customer experience
For retailers, holidays are serious business year-round. Our analysis of Zendesk customer data reveals can't-miss insights.
Product launches and the virtue of being vague
It’s not often that you will see public dates for new features or products. Why is that? And how can your Support team play at hinting about upcoming releases while keeping things under wraps?
Are your customer service representatives happy?
It's not always easy to tell if customer service representatives are happy or not, but agent satisfaction surveys and agent performance metrics can help.
Turn the churn around: how to reduce customer churn
Figuring out how to reduce customer churn can take a fair amount of work, but putting an actionable strategy in place will ensure that your customers stick around.
Guide the customer to the right channel
Support is often geared to the needs and capabilities of a company. It's time to put the customer first.
Admins are artists. Give them a better paintbrush
For admins who manage call centers, the right tool is more like a right hand. Introducing Dashboard API.
Reducing the stress of constant contact
Phone apprehension is on the rise. We tell you how to banish that sense of dread—and your sweaty palms.
Making the most of an NPS survey
What can an NPS survey tells you about your customer experience?
Be a better listener
Customers are always willing to tell you how they feel about your product. The question is, though: is there a better way to listen?
Grow the bottom line by building trust
Customers expect a certain level of transparency when they submit questions, but for growing a company, providing reliable and consistent service can be difficult
5 best practices for designing a knowledge base
When designing your knowledge base, it’s important to keep discoverability and simplicity top of mind. The best knowledge bases are intuitive, accessible, and simple. Read on for knowledge base design best practices.
Deliver a seamless online customer experience
In this post, we’ll share how you can stand out from the crowd with a better online experience for your customers