Zendesk plus some great new apps are a recipe for a great cocktail
Self-service portals save agents and customers valuable time; more and more companies find that an internal knowledge base helps accomplish the same thing for employees. Here’s how to optimize a knowledge base for internal use.
Some companies struggle with agreeing on a customer experience definition. But actually delivering a great one is truly the difficult part.
Ken Blanchard coined the term “raving fan” to describe a customer who is so overwhelmed and floored by the customer service they’ve received that they can’t stop telling everyone about it. Without going into a book analysis, the problem is clear: there can be two types of raving fans.
With data from the Zendesk Benchmark, we discovered an all-around better support experience for customers
Given the importance of streamlined solutions, it’s as important as ever for ecommerce companies to also streamline how agents solve customer problems
There are a few call center metrics that tell a broader story beyond the number. They can even provide details you weren’t looking for in the first place
Language doesn’t need to be a barrier in your efforts at going global
Customers expect a seamless journey across channels—one in which self-service options are available and they never have to leave the mobile app or website
Getting the right information to or from the right people in a large organization is easier said than done. True collaboration can then sometimes seem like a pipe dream. Enter Side Conversations, part of the Collaboration add-on for Zendesk Support designed to save time and streamline internal operations.
The healthiest knowledge bases are iterated and improved upon over time. Learn how the newest help center innovations can streamline and automate that process for your support team.
It’s that time again….we’re updating our terms and policies to make it easier for you to understand how we supply our services to our subscribers
Here are all of the great new integrations for May
At Zendesk, we’ve been preparing for this day for a long time
With the Zendesk App for Slack, great customer service can now happen anywhere in your organization—right where work happens
Zendesk customer advocate Teresa Rosado-Sanna takes a global, nimble approach to support, guided by one key philosophy for work and life: Where there's a will, there's a way.
The Zendesk Suite bundles Zendesk Support, Guide, Chat, and Talk into a single omnichannel solution
Instead of asking “How can my support team keep up?” consider a different question: “What are the most important situations in our customers’ journey around which our support team can design proactive engagement and support?”
Customers will call, customers will interact, and customers will even vent at you. But the truth is, each interaction (whether good or bad) provides information about how your company can do better. Here are 5 ways customer interactions can improve your business.
Zendesk's new podcast, Repeat Customer, is devoted to going behind the scenes of brands with truly great customer experiences
Zola combines compassionate customer service with modern tools and technology
CircleCI relies on Zendesk to connect its remote, distributed technical support team with its customers. The company has seen gains in efficiency and satisfaction and built a custom open source Slack integration using the Zendesk API.
A comprehensive knowledge base is an essential piece of a 21st-century support operation. But implementing it is just the first step—maintenance comes next.
By embracing omnichannel support, Freshly empowers its customers to contact them in the way that’s most convenient