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If your customers are finding it difficult to navigate your IVR system then talk to us. We think out-of-the-box to translate complex IVR ideas into straightforward designs for a seamless caller experience. We call it, humanizing the IVR experience.
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Have your callers experience pleasant and easy to navigate
3 TIPS FOR GREAT DESIGNED IVR’S
HOW TO SET UP YOUR IVR TO FAIL?
Making the customer authenticate up front. A lot of IVR systems do this. They may recognize you from the telephone number and then proceed to try to authenticate you before you have even told the system what you want to do! This is very annoying and sure to frustrate the caller. Let me give you an analogy. Imagine going to your local bank branch and having the security guard or officer stop you at the door and ask for ID before you can enter. Would you accept that? I am not saying that you don’t need to authenticate (specially when the caller wants to make changes etc) .. but make sure you do it at the appropriate time or else the customer will just enter rubbish, fail 3 times and get transferred to an agent – all your work is wasted.
Confusing menus This happens all the time. You are so familiar with your service you tend to have a blind bias as to what language the customer uses. Or worse the menu options don’t explain clearly enough what lies behind that selection. Use clear action language that customers will understand.
Your IVR does not include the task the user wants to use Find out what the most repetitive tasks are and put them on the IVR. It is recommended you do not hide the option speak to an agent for this scenario, or its embedded so deep it is hard to find. A good way to communicate some of your self serve options is to advise customers at relevant steps that they can complete this request ‘faster’ and ‘easier’ on the IVR. Also, it is always a good rule to start with your most common service requests in the IVR menu. Your customers will appreciate not having to listen to long options and go straight to their desired action.
There’s no trust the information in the system is accurate In order to get your customers using your IVR you need to continuously market to them and tell them all the possibilities that are available Sell it to them and show them the benefits of using the IVR and don’t forget to communicate this at every touch point such as on hold, on-line, Live chats, Facebook ..etc
Your agents must support and encourage the platform use when they take a call for doing a request that can be done on self serve.