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So, Your Company Wants to Start Call Recording?

  • August 19, 2020

When the team at Intelligentics began assessing our client's phone calls, it was the early 1990s. How different things were in the early days of doing Quality Assessment (QA) of calls between clients and their customers.¬† Back then, we often used high-end cassette recorders plugged into a phone jack in the client's utility room. From cassette tapes to voice-activation, to…

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You are Not Your Customer

  • March 10, 2020

Our Intelligentics team was recently coaching a client's customer service agent for the first time. She exemplified one of the common struggles we encounter in our assessment and coaching of front-line agents. She thought that her customers were just like her. Most people don't stop to realize it, but we all tend to let our egos assume that we are…

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Three Things Thursday 20191128

  • November 28, 2019

It's a Thanksgiving Edition of Three Things Thursday. This week, Intelligentics CEO, Tom Vander Well highlights research from the Charities Aid Foundation and reported by Disrn.com, which reveals that U.S. citizens are rated as the world's most generous citizens in the past ten years. Nevertheless, Intelligentics Service Quality Assessments reveal that customers are less likely to receive basic courtesies when…

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Five Common Problems of Internal QA (and How We Solve Them!)

  • November 19, 2019

When it comes to call monitoring and Quality Assessment, most companies assume that it's cheaper and easier to do in internally than hire a third-party to do the call analysis, reporting, and coaching for you. What they don't often consider is the common problems that come with internal QA programs, and how a provider like Intelligentics makes a lot of…

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Three Things Thursday 20191114

  • November 14, 2019

It's Three Things Thursday! Intelligentics weekly vlog that brings you one item that's #Trending, one item from the #Trenches, and one #TimelessPrinciple. This week, CEO Tom Vander Well discusses Walmart's gains on Amazon, and how good data and business intelligence on your customer's desires and expectations can make all the difference in making the right tactical choices for success.

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