Understanding How Interaction Analytics Can Reduce Agent Attrition

The typical customer service representative interacts with current and potential customers approximately 1,000 times a month. Successful organizations understand that the quality of these customer interactions affects customer satisfaction and consequently customer loyalty.

Agent attrition can impact both in a negative way. Excessive attrition can also have significant economic impacts on the enterprise. In order to better understand the dimensions of the problem and assess the potential for Interaction Analytics to improve agent retention, CallMiner, working with Pelorus Associates, conducted a comprehensive examination of academic and industry research coupled with in-depth interviews with its customers and other industry thought leaders.

This paper presents a high-level overview of the challenge and the contribution of modern Interaction Analytics toward addressing the underlying causes of agent attrition.

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