What contact centre customers really think

There has been a huge amount of discussion around the impact of the pandemic on contact centre operations, and on customer service. The debate has not just been confined to our industry – it has spilled over into the mainstream and has been the topic of considerable column inches in the press. The CCMA wanted to find out from consumers whether they felt service levels had improved, declined or stayed the same compared with before the pandemic.

This is the inaugural edition of CCMA’s annual Voice of the Contact Centre Consumer research, the definitive source of consumer understanding for our industry.

This report is required reading for anyone involved in strategy and planning for the contact centre. It is packed with statistics, quotes from contact centre leaders and industry experts and a wealth of insights into contact centre consumers’ needs, preference and behaviours.

“While some results are surprising and some confirm what industry observers have long felt to be true, all the data is interesting, practical and essential for contact centres as they navigate a post-pandemic world. As a company that prides itself on data-driven strategies, Odigo is already acting on CCMA’s research. And so should you.” Neil Titcomb, Managing Director UKI, Odigo.

The research delivered five key learnings. Fill in the form below to download the report and infographic for more vital evidence to support your decisions on the future of your operating model. You can also watch a recording of the online seminar where we revealed and discussed the research findings.

By completing this form you agree to the CCMA using your personal data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We use your data to personalise and improve your experience on our digital platforms, send you relevant communications, provide products and services you request from us, and to carry out profiling and market research. You have the right to object, unsubscribe or be deleted from our database. Please contact info@ccma.org.uk.

* These fields are required.

Supported by