Q-nomy's Blog: Customer Experience And More

  • Ensuring Effective Communication When Customer Service Agents Work From Home

    When customer service agents work from home, things get tricky. Service reps never work in isolation, as it is their job definition to be constantly communicating. Here we examine agent communications and suggest methods to ensure they remain effective when working from home.

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  • Get Creative With Your Customer Experience

    Businesses naturally associate creativity with advertising. We expect our marketing department to come up with creative ideas for new campaigns. But what about creative customer experience?

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  • Omnichannel Solutions: A Toolbox, Not a Tool

    We've recently announced the release of several new Q-Apps designed to enable omnichannel customer service management. These applications, built on the robust software platform of Q-Flow 6, provide a wide range of capabilities, such as multi-channel customer communications, an integration framework, and integration with specific leading vendors.

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  • Q-nomy conference 2018 select moments (3): Q-Flow 6.2

    To conclude the series of posts on the Q-nomy annual conference held in November 2018, we’ll cover the announcement of Q-Flow 6.2, the latest addition to the Q-Flow 6 family.

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  • Building a Community of Developers

    Earlier this month, Q-nomy held its annual developers conference. Our partners sent their programmers and implementation specialists to deepen their Q-Flow knowledge. We trust that the end result of such developer events will be a fuller realization of Q-Flow’s potential and successful delivery of more solutions that enhance omnichannel customer journeys.

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  • Ever since CRM systems took center stage in service providing organizations, the notion of obtaining a "360 degree customer view" became a key part of business strategy. However, obtaining this perfect view of the customer might not be enough...

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  • Chatbots: From Conversation to Transaction – Part 1

    Retailers and service providers recently adopted Chatbot technology for customer communication and lead generation. However even avid technology buffs would be discouraged from using a chatbot if it failed in one of the two major use-aspects, which are conducting a reasonably fluent conversation, and providing actual value to the user...

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  • Customer Interaction Management Goes Omnichannel with Q-Flow 6

    SMS reminders for appointments, Emails with personalized brochures, and of course audio-visual communications over digital signage in the waiting room, are only a small part of the range of communication channels managed by Q-Flow almost since its first commercial release. Nowadays, however, CIM is undergoing a major evolution...

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  • Welcome, Q-Flow 6: A New Suite of Software Products

    We've been preparing you for the launch of Q-Flow 6 since November last year, and now it is finally happening! And it's not just one product – today we are actually launching a whole new family of products. Yes, Q-Flow has become so big that we cannot fit its many functions and capabilities into just one product...

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  • Business Process Management Gets More Personal With Q-Flow 6

    Q-nomy's focus has always been on delivering value through the front-end of the business, by enhancing the customer experience. While doing so, we keep in mind the importance of back-office processes that are required to support front-end service delivery. 

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