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Operations that take place at call centers are a unique set of activities that is defined by similar theories and terminology. The collection of challenges that are identified with this 'after-sales' service sector relate to management, technology and staffing subjects.
One needs to develop a sufficiently good knowledge about the various aspects involved in this act of customer service to appropriately tackle the issues that keep coming every now and then.
One can tame the slippery areas by structuring relevant KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) on a call center scorecard. This helps in having a tracking tool that has all the important areas in the form of indicators to which 'target' and 'actual' values can be assigned.
Some of the metrics that can be incorporated should relate to the service level and response time at the place.
There are basically two kinds of calls that are made by the phone operators- inbound and outbound. Inbound are the ones that are done by customers for having information about the operations, thereby giving it the shape of help-desk. Outbound calls are the ones made to people for the purpose of selling products or services to them. Managing the operations at call center gets much simplified by going with the scorecard approach.
This is the actual scorecard with Helpdesk Metrics and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: Revenue per successful call, Cost per call, Average call-handling time, Coaching time, Response time quality.
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