Within the contact center, good KPIs help managers make decisions about hiring, training, scheduling and compensation—and help align contact center decision-making with the organization’s business goals.
Many contact center systems already pump out a steady stream of standard metrics that aim to help contact center leaders make sense of all the data. Yet as the list of applications used in the contact center grows longer and more sophisticated, the data torrent grows exponentially larger and more complex every year.
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You’ll also learn how to set KPIs that can provide hard evidence to senior executives about the value of the contact center and help drive support for ongoing investment in contact center performance management.