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Call centre management

  1. 1. Submitted to : Dr. Deepali Singh Submitted By: Sushant Malhotra 2012 MBA 044
  2. 2. Call Centre  A call center is a third-party customer contact desk, which handles customer calls and complaints, but also tries to build a comprehensive CRM (customer relationship management; CRM is the process of sales, marketing, service and support within an organization with the customer as the focal point) system for the products and services a particular company markets.
  3. 3. Call Centre Applications: A call centre can take on one of the following personalities:  Telemarketing Centre  Teleservicing Centre  Help Desk  Reservation Centre  Catalogue Retailer  E-Tailing Centre  E-Commerce Transaction Centre that manages automated customer interactions  Fund Raising and or Collection Organization
  4. 4. Call Centre Working  A typical call centre functions as follows - A caller uses a toll free number that is connected to a customer support centre.  When the call reaches the call centre, a trained consultant with access to a wide database of information, answers the call.  The dedicated telecommunication links connect a remote call centre to the parent organization through voice links and online database access.  Therefore a caller maybe calling a local number in USA, but the call maybe answered in India without any time delay and the caller is oblivious of where the call is being answered
  5. 5. Types of Call Centres There are two primary call centre types:  Outbound Call Centre  Inbound Call Centre Key Responsibilities of an Outbound Call Centre: Make outgoing calls for the purposes of:  Welcome Calls  New Customer Acquisition  Customer Retention  Demand Stimulation  Appointment Booking  Database Building and Verification  Survey/Market Research  Payment Reminders/Collections  Contract & Subscription Renewals  Promotions/Cross Selling/Up-selling
  6. 6. Key Responsibilities of an Inbound Call Center: Receive incoming calls for the purposes of:  Tele-ordering/cross selling/up selling  Subscription/Renewal/Registration/Redemption  Customer Service Hotline  Help Desk  Loyalty Programs  Voice Response System/Fax on Demand  TV Response Hotline  Fault Reporting  Bookings/Reservations/Ticketing
  7. 7. Application Areas of a Call Center  Sales Support  Complaint Handling  Technical queries  Telemarketing  Credit and Billing problems  Market Research  Database Development
  8. 8. Why do companies need to outsource Call Centre operations to India?  Outsource to stay competitive - leading companies worldwide recognize that to stay       ahead, they need to reduce costs, provide the best quality, use the latest high-tech skills, and be reliable and innovative. On an average, per agent cost in the US is about eight times higher than that in India Lower turnover costs for call centre operators - 34% in the USA versus 6-10% in India, translating to lower operating costs and staffing/retraining expenses. Given India's large population, this should stave off wage and turnover pressures keeping the India based call centre industry competitive for years to come. (Workforce consisting of 390 million) Outsourcing call centre activities will allow for a company to maintain a technical and functional edge without significant capital investment/outlay. Technical competence/superiority - most call centre operators in India have a minimum of a 4 year college education, while their US and British counterparts typically only have a high school diploma Time zone advantages will allow American firms to provide 24-hour customer service (due to the 12 hour time difference) from call centres in India.
  9. 9. General Structure of call centre
  10. 10. Eagle ACD's architecture
  11. 11. Sales force Get a single customer view.  For service agents, quickly finding the right information about customers is critical.  With the next-generation console, agents’ screens are optimized to manage social media and case activities with fewer clicks and less scrolling.
  12. 12. Sales force  Cross-Channel Service
  13. 13. Sales force  Access customer information instantly.
  14. 14. SALES force SOCIAL SERVICE  Deliver service to your customers on the social media channels where they live, on whatever device they are using. Give your agents the tools for collaboration that allow them to deliver outstanding customer service.

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