Future Internationale was fined €500,000 in November 2019 for infringing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by failing to implement clients’ opt-out requests and recording excessive comments during cold calling campaigns.
In light of the increase in data privacy breaches in the past few years, governments are looking to enforce more regulation around the recording of data. A typical data breach can cost a company $3.6 million. It can be challenging to keep up with the changes, but here are some of the key regulations that call centers must comply with.
You've dedicated resources to building out detailed customer FAQs and chatbots in an effort to decrease calls to your overwhelmed customer service agents and reduce costs, but the number of calls never seems to drop.
Customers are still calling in all the time.
If this is happening to you, you may need to understand why customers are calling you before you know if your efforts are addressing their problems.
If customers have issues about payment, but you've updated your FAQs and prepared your chatbots to respond to questions about shipment and delivery, no wonder they're calling - they can't find the answer!
Call analytics software can help you do topic classification to find out what type of calls you have and the top complaints or questions customers are calling in about.
If you regularly analyse customer data, you’ll know how challenging it is to interpret them.
Businesses receive tons of customer data through phone calls and focus groups. Many also don’t know how to make sense of the data because speech simply can’t be nicely fit into spreadsheets or dashboards.
That’s where speech analytics come in.