Public sector contact centres of the future
Digitalisation and growing customer expectations are pressuring the public sector to improve its contact centre service delivery. Customers expect a consistent experience across all channels and want to be able to choose the most convenient and preferred contact point, 24/7. By the time a customer calls the contact centre, they are already online and haven’t been able to resolve their issue via a self-service channel.
Fast response times and first call resolution are a must for any public sector call centre in today’s customer-centric environment. A successful public sector call centre needs to be part of a customer-focused, omnichannel customer experience strategy, based on the latest technology and automation. Key issues include:
- Creating a digital omnichannel contact centre to improve customer experience
- Valuing your most valuable asset — contact centre staff
- Transforming government contact centres
- Creating an omnichannel experience that meets customers’ needs
- The future of public sector contact centres
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