Managing a call center requires skill and a good knowledge of the area metrics. But after all, which even are the key performance indicators (KPIs) that any manager must know, even?
In a quick list, we can say that these are six basic indicators (at the least).
And we’re not talking about complex metrics, but simple actions you can take to make sure you have a real-time view of the success of your team:
Know your customer satisfaction score: For each customer satisfaction score, there is always a key indicator of performance. Create a list of information per company, manager or process to obtain the most accurate picture of your customer satisfaction, noting the areas that are in need of improvement.
Think about your level of service: Next, you need to clearly define your ideal level of service. From this baseline, you can question any shift in customer satisfaction.
Note the problems of yesterday to spot trends: The key performance indicators here are dropout rates, average waiting times and adherence. By looking at your past issues you can see if there are trends in changes in the types of calls you are getting and how its agents are dealing with them.
Using these data can also allow you to make sure that the team is properly closing the incidents. If on the other hand changes occur in the types of the tickets, this data can help you focus on these areas and reprioritize.
Review the session support to better understand your customer’s needs: To analyze the patterns of records issued the day before, you will have to observe the changes in the types of incoming tickets and how well agents are operating these tickets.
To hear the first calls of the day you will have a few tips, say, fresh on customer needs. What are the most common problems and what is the approach of the agents?
Follow the team: Another tip is to track your team this will give you a moral sense of team and the qualitative state support.
Any comments and techniques that make your team the most successful members are the key performance indicators.
Know where your team has quality and where you can improve: Finally, your overall assessment should identify the level at which the team is successful or needs improvement.
In this case, the key performance indicator is a quality score of two parts, divided between the business impact and the impact on the customer.
Like all businesses operate in different ways, it is important that as service manager / help desk you set your KPI according to specific strengths and weaknesses, track your performance and set realistic benchmarks for the future.
To ensure that you understand what these metrics really mean and how they impact your center means that you are on track to achieve this goal.