Why you should outsource your call centre functions

Call centre outsourcing is becoming an increasingly common strategic business decision for New Zealand companies. It enables businesses to manage their customer service functions through a third-party provider, often called a business process outsourcer (BPO). You can use outsourced contact centres for inbound and outbound contact and call services, lead generation, helpdesk services, sales order fulfilment and product research. Continue reading

Tips for boosting workplace morale

Many workplaces have seen major upheaval in the past 18 months, as lockdowns, Zoom calls and economic uncertainty have drastically changed the way we do and view our work. In New Zealand, we have been luckier than most in reverting back to some sense of normalcy, but that doesn’t mean our workplaces haven’t been negatively affected. If you feel that the mood or productivity of your employees has declined, rest assured that it is possible to boost morale in your workplace again! Continue reading

How to Ensure Great Customer Service over the Christmas Break

Typically, Christmas is a time when your permanent staff are slowing down and planning their summer holiday.   However, Christmas is also infamous for customer care centres to be at their busiest!   Last minutes demands or scheduling appointments while retailers dealing with product returns due to the wrong size, wrong colour or wrong delivery.

To retain those loyal customers and stay on top of things here are a few tips to keep your business ticking along nicely so you can think about winding down.

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What do Call Centres do?

You’d be forgiven for thinking call centres were the fashion back in the 1980’s, or that they’re all based in a far-off land which has no real connection to the company they say they work for.

Corporate Connect is a proud New Zealand contact centre helping thousands of organisations to build strong, profitable relationships with their customers.

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Why Has Social Media Not Yet Been Embraced By Small Businesses?

 

Hand Holding A Social Media 3D Sphere

According to recent surveys, the majority of small businesses aren’t yet using social media to promote their companies and engage with their customers. When social networks like Facebook and twitter have become such household names and have proved to be powerful marketing tools for retail business in particular, and at relatively low cost, one might wonder why.

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