Each organization has the objective of studying and putting into practice strategies that enable it to reach its objectives and the top of its market. However, these strategies do not always prove to be effective and, in most cases, this is found within those organizations still attached to more traditional and vertical systems, which rely on strategies based on personal feelings or very often on incomplete analyses, unable to provide a complete picture of the constantly changing market or, more importantly, of what is required by consumers.
The Call Center market is constantly growing, valued at a global level of 91 billion dollars, it is expected that it will reach 150 billion dollars in 2031, and we don’t struggle to understand why: in a world where finding information is always easier, but at the same time increasingly anonymous, call centers represent a very important means of contact for companies, since they allow you to convey your brand image while maintaining human contact and allowing for the personalization of the experience.
Companies that work with debt collection, and especially Phone Collections, must be able to establish strategies that cope with different levels of difficulty, some related to the very nature of the debt to be recovered and others related to the debtor’s propensity to pay, or not to pay, their debt.
The modern energy and utilities sector stands at a crucial crossroads. The end from the pandemic crisis and the Russo-Ukrainian war, with the consequent economic repercussions, require a rethinking of logic and a decisive turn towards a change that has been feared for many years and which today becomes more necessary than ever.
Customer service has changed compared to the past. The technologies and other tools necessary to open a Call Centre and make it work at its best are increasingly powerful and sophisticated and have led to increased expectations from both consumers and employees. All related activities, including Telesales, are no longer the same and we need to ensure they are always at their full potential.
Any company that deals with debt recovery needs to know in-depth the positions that make up the list of debtors and the recoverable values associated with it, in order to be able to set up strategies that allow it to achieve the pre-set objectives in the shortest possible time. and with the best possible result.
Among the main objectives of all companies we find customer loyalty, being able to obtain it can be complicated, especially since customer retention is not created simply by the purchase of the product or service, but is a process that develops over time by passing through all points of contact between customer and company.