Wednesday May 28, 2014

“It Isn’t Easy At All; Otherwise, Everyone Would Be Doing It”

Over the past couple months, we’ve run several blog posts in a series called The Art of Easy. The theme of the six articles is modern customer service. Each author, from an extended Oracle Service Cloud team, delved into an aspect of taking care of customers―and the people that support those customers―to underscore the art of delivering great experiences. The writers doled out empathy, insight, and ideas. In this post, we packaged up the series so you can catch up on any that you missed. Oracle's JP Saunders (pictured left) led this charge on modern customer service. Enjoy!
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Wednesday May 21, 2014

The Art of Easy―Making Easy, both Effective and Efficient (Part 6 of 6)

A Guest Post by Melinda Uhland, Director, Oracle Service Cloud

We end The Art of Easy series on a high note with a post by Director Melinda Uhland, Oracle CX Product Management. She teaches us that happy agents produce happy customers. A Modern Customer Service organization is one that invests in its agents and empowers them with tools to make them efficient and effective, which, in turn, improves customer results. Uhland provides us with questions to ask agents to measure their satisfaction, as well as ideas to help understand agents’ needs. A great customer experience starts with delivering a great agent experience using Oracle Service Cloud.

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Thursday May 08, 2014

The Art of Easy: Knowledge Makes It Easy For Everyone (Part 5 of 6)

Guest Post by Vice President Nav Chakravarti, Oracle Service Cloud

This Art of Easy series is all about making customer service look easy. We want to make sure customers can sail through every transaction and have a memorable experience to share with others. Part of creating that experience for customers is managing the knowledge they need and want.

In this post, Vice President Nav Chakravarti, Oracle Service Cloud, coaches us on delivering answers to customers’ questions easily, in context, with relevance, reliably, and accurately. It’s a tall order, but think how many times you have delayed or diverted a purchase decision out of frustration because you couldn’t get the information you needed.

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