Touch is a trusted provider of services for recording, storing and accessing fixed and mobile voice calls, and digital communications. Our service ensures that you will meet all relevant legal and compliance requirements for your industry, providing the reassurance you need.
Multichannel customer service is growing rapidly and the way in which customers experience calls is still on the frontline of a brand’s perceived image. One of the biggest challenges for the evaluation of customer calls is providing quality management beyond random sampling of agent performance. Learn how Touch Quality Management Service can enable organisations to measure, evaluate and train employees while focusing on providing exceptional customer service.
Different employees and teams need tailored targets and training programmes to ensure that their full potential is met. Creating a personalised training plan template that can be used by employees in their own time allows supervisors and management to ensure that corporate goals are achieved. Learn how Touch Quality Management Service enables this without affecting front-line performance.
Data and insights are essential to customer-focused organisations, especially when evaluating employee performance. Optimising training templates allows supervisors and management to ensure that individuals and teams are performing to the required level and meeting targets and goals. Learn how Touch Quality Management Service provides the deep insights organisations need to understand and improve customer interactions.
To gain rich insight into customer service performance organisations need effective scoring and benchmarking of individuals and teams against customised parameters. This requires rich data sets that give actionable insight for quality management programmes. Touch Quality Management Service presents intuitive charts that allow managers to improve employee performance over time - easily tracking progress and objectives.
Recent years have seen significant growth in the adoption of call recording solutions. As organisations seek to comply with regulatory mandates, enhance staff training and to create a richer set of call records, the requirement for matching business goals with technology has become even more important. In this white paper we explore the key factors to consider when planning your call recording strategy.
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, known
as MiFID II, and the accompanying Markets in Financial
Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) took effect, with a zero-
tolerance policy, on January 3, 2018. MiFID II has expanded on previous rules, under MiFID, which is the
framework of EU legislation for investment intermediaries
that provide services to clients around ‘financial
instruments’, and the organised trading of financial
How a leading emergency services provider addressed the problem of recording communication and ensured efficient, post-incident access for investigation.
How one leading insurance provider harnessed call recording to boost customer service and
organisational learning in the insurance industry, while remaining flexible to evolve and
adapt to future business needs.
Since the introduction of the MiFID II reglulations financial services, organisations have poured resources into the recording and storage of customer calls and electronic messages. Although fines have been minimal, it is as important as ever for financial organisations and investment intermediaries to maintain regulatory alignment with MiFID II. The challenges of compliance remain and there is still much more to it than recording conversations.
One of the most complex areas of the GDPR rules concern call recording and storage, which is classified as a form of data processing. As a result many businesses are still facing a big challenge to be compliant. Watch our webinar to learn the key stages to getting your call recording strategy ready for GDPR.
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