How TMAC provided a massive 29x ROI by identifying areas of improvement and enhancing processes
Our client came to us with a problem that is unfortunately common within their market – poor CX scores (CSAT and NPS) mixed with rising operational costs that resulted in rising pressure on management to do something about it before their issues spun out of control.
Following the COVID pandemic the UK B2B utilities industry is harder to navigate than ever, with fewer customers and a higher cost for energy itself, it has become vital for such businesses to retain their current customers whilst discovering new areas to reduce spending.
TMAC were engaged to identify and size areas of opportunity, establishing priority transformation and change activity through targeted agent coaching and process improvements.
Thanks to our innovative conversation and speech analytics software there was no need for random sampling - we transcribed and analysed over 44,000 calls made to the customer service team in our client’s organisation. In doing so TMAC created over 50 contact type topics for both agents and customers to help understand core friction points that lead to poor sentiment and identify areas of improvement.
This allowed us to highlight opportunities to eliminate repeated calls and improve CX through process redesign, target failure demand and the potential causes of it, and identify key coaching opportunities and which agents were well-deserving of some praise thanks to their excellent performance despite the difficult place the market finds itself in.
Above is just a small sample of all our findings - through our suite of products TMAC offered an enormous 29x ROI in highlighted areas for improvement and enhanced processes. Not only this, but the improved coaching capabilities offered by TMAC continues to improve CX, reducing customer churn.
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