Create Great Customer Experiences This Holiday Season!

 Last Updated: Oct 17, 2022  |    MIN READ

This holiday season will be the busiest time for your business, as it always has been over the years. However, the influence of COVID-19 creates limitations that our consumers now have, especially in their purchase decisions or the way they allocate their budgets for the holiday season. Our customers are keener on finding value and are more inquisitive in what they purchase. This opens a window of opportunity for businesses to build better relationships with their customers and gain more because of the new expectations that the buyers and target market have developed. 

Customers, with hesitations of risking their health despite receiving the vaccine for COVID-19, will choose to shop and spend online during this time. The population of this kind of customer will increase the online traffic for most businesses, with product/service inquiries, support requests, and troubleshooting through the digital channels of communication. We will see an upsurge in usage in different customer support channels like calls, chat, or email because of this trend. It is now important to prepare and give emphasis on how you communicate and help resolve issues for your customers. 

How can you create a better relationship with your customers during the busiest time? 


Train your team around feedback

An efficient way for businesses to understand their customers is by listening to their feedback. This is where we can see how our services and products can meet their current needs. This is also where we can see how we can improve our business. Equipping your staff and using customer feedback to train your team or put this as a basis of what solutions can be provided to enhance your services can build a strong relationship with your buyers, showcasing customer value.


Project early to allocate your resources well

Expecting the influx of inquiries during this time is highly recommended, even right before the start of the holiday season. Preparing ahead allows your business to hire the right partners, suppliers, and vendors that can help ensure that your customers’ needs are being met, if not exceeded. In terms of customer support, having a team of customer specialists enables the quality of service to be maintained no matter what the inquirers need.


Choosing the right methods of communication and solutions

Having a phone line is not enough for customers to reach your business or to transact with you. It is essential to have multiple communication channels where your customers can drop in their questions and inquiries. These channels should also be easy for the business to manage conveniently.

You may need to consider gaining additional resources to also handle all inquiries and support tickets. Therefore, many companies consider outsourcing their call center support offshore to a trusted BPO solutions provider that can help manage their online platforms like chat inquiries and emails. Companies who offshore their customer support center gain advantages such as:

  • Flexible and extensive operating hours - the holiday season’s influx of support requests will require agents to work additional hours. Offshoring your call center support enables you to access several agents that can serve different clients, regardless of the time or location. This provides flexibility and allows you to accommodate more customers in a day. 
  • Reliable support from IT experts, 24/7 - having access to a computer and network experts in the busiest time of the year ensures operations continuity and seamless transaction processes.
  • Access to additional solutions and infrastructures - offshoring your call center service gives you access to top-of-the-line infrastructure that can handle your dedicated team of specialists, together with HR support and many more. The best part is that you do not need to spend on maintenance and upkeep of the latest technologies while your offshoring partner takes charge of this, enabling your firm to save on operational costs and increase productivity.

The holiday season will always bring in a significant increase in calls, longer waiting times, and around-the-clock service in addition to your business’ usual operations. Check all of these items ahead of time by mapping out a comprehensive strategy with the right solutions, not only to handle the volume of customers that you need to assist but also to deliver customer satisfaction. Take the holiday season as an opportunity to strengthen your customers’ experience through these call center solutions.

If you are looking for an effective way to address and build a better customer experience, offshoring is a good option because of its flexibility, cost-efficiency, and is a great opportunity to help you focus on core business targets. 

Learn more about how Offshore Business Processing can help you increase your productivity while maximizing effort and profitability by sending us a message here.

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