NORWALK, CT (May 22, 2012) –Today, TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, and Angel announced a complimentary Webinar, “Caller Bill of Rights: Best Practices That Put Your Callers First ”, live on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT.
This complimentary Webinar will discuss Caller Bill of Rights and how to put your callers first.
Anyone who has used an IVR understands the common frustrations: listening to never ending menu options, having to repeat information multiple times within the application, and not having the option to reach a person when needed. It seems that well-developed, intuitive, user-friendly IVR systems may be the exception rather than the norm. The reason? Traditionally, organizations employing IVRs and other voice applications have been forced to balance between managing business costs and driving customer satisfaction. So, how can you delight callers with world-class customer service while, at the same time leveraging the business benefits of voice automation? This is not a hard and fast list of “VUI design standards,” but rather a list of what should become “caller expectations” from a well-designed IVR application.
This Webinar will examine:
- Insights on how to create a world-class customer focused voice solution
- Top 10 list of “caller rights” for a well-designed IVR application
- Best practice examples that Angel.com (News - Alert) has used with its customers
This Webinar is recommended for:
- Call Center professionals looking to implement new IVR applications
- Business executives looking to assess the effectiveness of their current automation
- And, VUI designers who create IVR applications
Mike Ahnemann, Creative Director, User Experience, Angel
Stefania Viscusi, Editor, TMCnet
Register now for “Caller Bill of Rights: Best Practices That Put Your Callers First ”, live on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT.
“TMCnet Webinars are a tremendous resource and an excellent way to provide training on highly relevant topics, and the fact that it is offered at no-cost to attendees is a huge benefit for companies as a way to educate employees without the travel expense” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC (News - Alert). “Webinars are also a great way to introduce vendors to possible customers in a mutually beneficial and informative manner that often leads to productive relationships.”
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Edited by Brooke Neuman