The onset of national lockdowns’ in 2020 means that organisations with contact centre operations had to respond and adapt to the previously unchartered territory of an almost wholly remote workforce. Business continuity plans were dusted off the shelf and new ways of working had to be established over-night. Most organisations already had some capability to enable a remote workforce, but never on a scale as large as this and never in such a disruptive way to contact operations.
In a recent live survey from Diabolocom, when asked almost 80% of Contact Centre professionals responded that their organisations planned to increase the remote working capability in 2021, indicating that the trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
In this webinar, held in association with UKCCF, BBGR Customer Service Manager, Alex Carr shares his experience of enabling his contact centre operations to be remote working based. Highlighting the challenges, successes and considerations for planning as 2021 approaches Alex will share his experiences of 2020.
Diabolocom’s UK business lead Mervyn Nichols will also share learnings from 2020, how Diabolocom has supported BBGR in maintaining its excellent customer service, as well as highlighting services and offerings that Contact Centre operations leads should consider for 2021. Mervyn will also share the preliminary insights and results from our live survey, hosting a live Q&A session with Alex and Mervyn, sharing future planning considerations for those in the contact centre industry with remote agents.
Can’t make the live session? The webinar is being recorded, register your details to be sent the replay link shortly after the live session ends. Be sure to invite any colleagues who would also benefit from this presentation.
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