Customer Stories

2degrees Unifies its New Zealand Contact Centres on the CXone Cloud Platform

Overview

2degrees, a New Zealand telecommunications company, struggled with two separate contact centre systems: One for its Auckland office that serviced its mobile phone customers and another in Christchurch for its broadband services team. The two separate solutions made it difficult to transfer customers, there was frequent downtime and call quality was poor.

With NICE CXone™, 2degrees now has a unified system for both locations with far greater efficiency, including an 89% improvement in average response time and a 44% improvement in service levels. 2degrees’ customers are getting a better experience, and its agents are enthusiastic about CXone.

Datasheets

NICE CXone Omnichannel Routing Brochure (PDF)

Datasheets

Call center metrics: CXone Performance Management

CXone Performance Management inspires employees to own performance and align with organizational goals by providing transparency and continuous feedback in a social environment. Report “one view of the truth” via customizable KPIs and dashboards aggregated from disparate sources to drive continuous improvement and a high-performance culture. Elevate agent performance with real-time, personalized insights, provide a creative outlet through engaging gamification and wallboards, and motivate with prizes in a customizable virtual storefront. Increase supervisor efficiency and enable focus on high-value activities by automatically creating and sharing performance scorecards. Improve the customer experience by uniting the organization behind transparent CX goals.

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