Cookies managing
We use cookies to provide the best site experience.
Cookies managing
Cookie Settings
Cookies necessary for the correct operation of the site are always enabled.
Other cookies are configurable.
Essential cookies
Always On. These cookies are essential so that you can use the website and use its functions. They cannot be turned off. They're set in response to requests made by you, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms.
Analytics cookies
These cookies collect information to help us understand how our Websites are being used or how effective our marketing campaigns are, or to help us customise our Websites for you. See a list of the analytics cookies we use here.
Advertising cookies
These cookies provide advertising companies with information about your online activity to help them deliver more relevant online advertising to you or to limit how many times you see an ad. This information may be shared with other advertising companies. See a list of the advertising cookies we use here.
Customer support

QA and Compliance Simplified

One of the trickiest things involved in running a customer support team is ensuring compliance and continuous service quality. You need to get a lot of things right to offer great support - tone of voice, consistency in your answers and quick issue resolution. In addition, there are usually many types of questions customers can get in touch about, which are constantly changing as the business evolves.

Quality of responses is especially critical for companies that operate in a regulated environment. There are real liabilities involved: from fines for complaints and sanctions for incorrect advice to criminal liability for tipping off in a fraud case. Sometimes it’s not enough to do it well. You have to be able to demonstrate it, too - to auditors, regulators and sometimes even in court if the complaint escalates.

The reason customers value voice support is that it’s real-time and personal. But the flip side is that the advisor is put on the spot and really has to know their stuff. So for phone support to be great and compliant, continuous investment into training and knowledge refreshers is critical. But knowing which areas to invest in can be tricky. For example, if my team has hundreds of conversations a week, I can’t listen to all of them. And if I do come across an incorrect response or a tricky conversation, it’s hard to say how widespread this issue is. Should this topic be the focus for everybody or just this one person?

At Cordless, we are building a new voice platform for customer support teams with all these challenges in mind. Cordless transforms all your voice conversations into text by default and gives you tools to make it easy to analyse and take actionable next steps with your team.
1️⃣ Quality of the transcription is key. We use a superior transcriber that can be adjusted and trained for your industry and the specific jargon.

2️⃣ We signpost the speakers in a call, so it’s easy to navigate the conversation.

3️⃣ Sometimes, it’s not about the content, but the tone of voice is key! So we enable you to listen to selected parts of the conversation right from the speech bubble, so you can check for the tone of voice where it is relevant and keep scanning further on.

4️⃣ You can search words or phrases across all of your conversations and a selected one too. So you can easily check whether a particular quality issue is an isolated example or requires a team-wide refresher.

5️⃣ We are building flows optimised specifically for Customer support teams, such as sharing feedback with individuals and your team, flagging topics that may require training or process improvement and bookmarking conversations.

Our Cordless team scaled high-performing customer support teams, and we understand the specific challenges customer support teams face.

We’d love to hear from you - book a demo with us!

January 14, 2022
Luba Chudnovets