More Than Half of Contact Centres Send ‘No-Reply’ Emails to Customers



681

According to our poll, 58% of contact centres send emails which do not permit replies.

Whilst this has obvious benefits in reducing traffic, the remaining 42% could perhaps consider “no-reply” emails to represent lacklustre service and may be aware that they may lead to more spam complaints.

Poll – “Does your organisation send out ‘no-reply’ emails to your customers?” – answers

Yes – 58%
No – 42%

Source: Call Centre Helper Webinar Poll – Omnichannel – Joining up the Customer Experience     Sample size – 102     Date: January 2017

Published On: 3rd Mar 2017 - Last modified: 25th Oct 2021
Read more about - Contact Centre Research,


Recommended Articles

Leslie O'Flahavan
Podcast - Customer Service Writing: How to Get More from Your Emails and Chats
The World's Greatest Auto-Reply Message
Why Do You Even Want to Send a Customer Satisfaction Survey?
Get the latest exciting call centre reports, specialist whitepapers and interesting case-studies.

Choose the content that you want to receive.