Based in Wellington, we’re proud to be New Zealand owned and operated. Since 1998 we’ve handled millions of phone calls, texts, emails and social media responses from every organisation imaginable throughout New Zealand.
Our diverse range of services means whoever your customer is, we can help them with their questions and concerns, so you can get on with the business of business.
We can house up to 150 customer service representatives, and each and every one of them is professionally trained in all areas of customer service.
As a business you aren’t just looking for feedback, you are looking for quality feedback. Feedback which is honest, constructive and give your business genuine insight into how customers see your brand.
Unless their experience has been really bad, customers usually don’t volunteer feedback. They are more likely to take their business elsewhere in future. Unfortunately, his not only means a lost sale or three, but you lose customer loyalty as well. Continue reading
Today, so much is automated by technology, you could be forgiven for thinking why you need humans to run the customer service side of your business anymore! Yes, there are many frequently asked questions to answer a lot of enquiries, but technology will always lack some vital human qualities, like these …
China is New Zealand’s biggest trading partner so if China is having a crisis, so are we (along with many other countries).
Take tourism for example. As New Zealand’s second-largest international visitor, as well as one of the most valuable in terms of holiday spend, Chinese visitors have a very important part to play in New Zealand’s tourism industry. How significant the effects will be since the rapid increase of the Coronavirus is unsure, but with 30 flights operating between New Zealand and China, the fallout will unfold over the coming months.
Hired the wrong person before? It’s an expensive error, isn’t it? The wrong skills, unable to get along with others or lack of experience can be a heavy blow to your brand, especially if the wrong person is the initial contact – the call centre.
It’s a demanding task and not a job for everyone. But at Corporate Connect we are leaders in delivering staff who can handle stressful situations and offer versatility to solve problems and make customers feel important.
For marketing to achieve great things the marketing plan must include a mixture of channels.
You would only have a Facebook page in your marketing plan, just as you wouldn’t have only grapes in a fruit salad. Different channels increase the chances of reaching more people while creating a cohesive brand. And branding is big news when it comes to customer loyalty and perception of what your business is all about.
Call centres are known for dealing with and solving customer service problems. Why? So in-house staff aren’t landed with the time, effort and expertise it takes to do it right.
With any business, cost is a driving factor. But like most things in life, the cheapest (or the most expensive for the matter), is not always the best choice. To know if you are getting bang for your buck, here are some key areas to check when employing a call centre for your business.
It’s hard to make good business decisions without any evidence. Actually, that goes for all major decisions in life. Imagine buying a home with a dollar amount you simply picked out of thin air. You’re just not going to do it, are you? Instead, you’ll be looking at statistics, trends and talking to the bank manager to determine where and what you can afford.
Call centre staff wear lots of hats these days. Long gone are the times when they answered the phone and that was pretty much that.
Today, staff deal with emails, texts, online forms, phone calls, live web chats, social media and apps. Professional communication skills, sound technical and social media talents and being super organised are essential parts of the job.
But we don’t stop there. Read on to explore other ways Corporate Connect is a cut above the rest: