Intrado applauds the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) for adopting rules to implement Kari’s Law and Section 506 of RAY BAUM’S Act during its Open Meeting on August 1, 2019. This historical milestone for 911 will help Americans reach emergency services, and allow first responders to find 911 callers, more quickly.
Even the most advanced technology may not resonate with customers. Instead, your customers want the best solution for their specific problem. That’s why customer-centric product management and customer-centric product development are so important.
In other words, you need to focus on building a great customer experience from the earliest stages of enterprise product management and at every stage after.
Adding self-service technology, like kiosks and IVR, to purchase and customer service processes has obvious benefits for meeting millennial consumer behavior. But the benefits go beyond this one demographic. From schools to corporations, you find people of all ages buried in their smartphones, looking for quick answers to simple problems. That’s why it’s so important to focus on the self-service customer experience.
Do you want to create the best experience for your customers? Do you want to thoroughly engage employees? How about increasing productivity throughout your organization? Then it may be time to rethink how you build your teams. To see results, try out an increasingly popular “disciplined agile” approach that starts the moment a team comes together by maintaining stable teams.
Directed dialog or natural language. You may not understand those two terms, but chances are pretty good you’re already using one of them when communicating with your customers. They both describe a form of interactive voice response (IVR) system, but one creates a far more conversational IVR experience. Read through the comparison below and see just what you need to know about choosing a directed dialog or natural language option.
Customer service is one of the most expensive and frustrating aspects for many business owners and operators. Despite your best efforts, customers still vent their frustrations on public forums, yet the source of their anger is not clear. Instead of making customer care improvements based on a customer’s impulsive Tweet or your gut feeling, there’s a better option: customer experience analytics. Read More >
On March 15, 2019, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) initiated the rulemaking process to review vertical location accuracy requirements for wireless carriers. In the FCC’s Fourth Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Fourth FNPRM), the Commission stated that the vertical location metric will “more accurately identify the floor level for most 911 calls, reduce emergency response times, and save lives.”