Breaking down web to call centre barriers


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Woking & Norwich (UK) – August 2009. Today’s consumer expects excellent service every time they get in touch with a business. Rostrvm Solutions and ServiceTick Limited have combined technical forces to capture instant customer feedback from web interactions and translate information into call centre action.

For example a prospective customer might visit your website to request a quotation but not complete the sale. ServiceTick intervenes in the process and passes the quotation details to the rostrvm system in the call centre. The rostrvm system takes control of the transaction passing the enquiry to an appropriately skilled person and automatically making a service call to the prospective customer.

Martin Trott, ServiceTick’s Managing Director, commented “Many organisations treat the web and the call centre as distinct contact channels… but their customers don’t see it that way! Breaking down the barriers between the web and the call centre means that businesses can react with a personal touch no matter why the customer should be contacted – rescuing a lost sales opportunity or resolving a service issue.”

“A highlight of the combined rostrvm and ServiceTick offering is ease of deployment” remarked Lindsay Brown, Rostrvm Solutions’ Technical Director “Dynamic integration can be easily plumbed in to existing web sites and call centres”

You can learn more by visiting ServiceTick at the Call Centre Expo at the NEC, 22-23 September 2009, Stand G25

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