If you’ve heard about us in the past, odds are good that you’ve heard about our customer service and technical support services. We’ve become really well-known for these services, and are proud of our strong brand image. But we also have other services we provide for our customers, with great results, that are just as high quality and a little lesser known. One of these is our content moderation service.
We offer real-time comment moderation services, image moderation services and live streaming video moderation that cover social networks, blogs, apps, forums, chatrooms, proprietary customer channels and more. Our teams of moderators identify and remove offensive content, and keep your website, social media channels and communities safe and positive. Here’s a look at how this works, and what you’ll be getting if you engage with us this way.
As every company in the European Union is well aware, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws came into effect in May of this year. Along with it came some pretty stringent requirements around communication, security and compliance. If you’ve felt the weight of these regulations as so many businesses have, you might be frustrated by the impact it’s having on your customer service experience.
Even if your business isn’t in the EU and hasn’t been affected by something sudden and sweeping like GDPR, you might understand what it’s like to be under the watchful eye of a governing body. Healthcare companies, for example, have to adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and financial institutions have an array of regulations with which they must comply. Such regulations are usually put in place to protect the consumer (and often the businesses too), but there’s no question they can put a damper on your customer journey at the same time.
Here’s what you can do to maintain a high level of customer service and a seamless customer experience, despite how many layers of regulations you have to deal with.
Whatever part of the banking industry you fall into, there’s no denying the relevance of - and ongoing conversation around - fintech startups. Definitions of fintechs can vary, but what all fintechs share is that they’re “businesses that aim at providing financial services by making use of software and modern technology.” These rapidly emerging companies compete directly with banks and credit unions, and in 2017 received $13.7 billion in funding - showing just how much belief there is in their staying power.
So whether you lead a traditional bank, or run a fintech, the status quo is quickly changing. Here are some of the trends we’ve seen since fintechs have come on the scene.
One of the biggest concerns we hear from companies that are considering outsourcing their customer service to us is how it will impact their customers. They’re worried that their customers will detect a difference between talking to their own reps versus the ones we provide and as a result,customer satisfaction and loyalty will be impacted. But, we’ve found the opposite to be true - and it’s rooted in an unlikely reason.