What Are Call Centre Scorecards?
Following a developed set of metrics, call monitoring scorecards are tools utilized by managers who are implementing a quality assurance programme. Scorecards gather information about a range of subjects, including:
- Compliance objectives
- Goals and metrics
- Tone of voice
Call centre agents use scorecards to self-evaluate each interaction with a customer. Managers can then use the information from these scorecards to identify pain points, successes, and areas for improvement.
Scorecards can evaluate content from a range of different channels, including text, email, phone calls, and social media messages. The main benefit of scorecards is that they improve both agent performance and processes at the same time.
How Do BPOs Interact With Scorecards?
Now that we understand call centre scorecards, let’s talk about scorecards for business process outsourcers (BPOs). What are the differences between the two? There is a lot to think about here, like:
- BPO scorecards measure the client’s outsourcing business goals with agent performance.
- BPOs also use scorecards to analyse whether a client’s profitability metrics are on track. Customer satisfaction is a huge indicator of repeat business. 50% of customers say they would never buy from a company again after a poor experience. Scorecards help lower the risk of this happening in BPO call centres.
- Lastly, BPO scorecards can be used as an incredibly effective coaching and training tool and can be customized with each outsourced client’s branding.
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