Recently, Aberdeen Group and Verint recorded a webcast on the Next-Generation Back Office: Satisfy Customers & Drive Efficiency.  Aberdeen research found that errors and delays in back-office processing were the number two cause of customer dissatisfaction.1 Omer Minkara, VP & Principal Analyst of ...
Have you ever misplaced your wallet and after frantically searching for it for 20 minutes that seem like eternity, decided it must be stolen—and that it’s time to call your bank to cancel all your cards?
One of the leading healthcare service providers in the United States, Humana needed to streamline the work it was doing in its back office several years ago due to significant growth. It was also interested in surfacing trends and hidden insights, as well as creating more transparency about ...
Customer satisfaction requires all parts of an organization to operate well together. A good conversation with a customer can quickly be undone by a poor transaction conducted in the back office. Digital transformation has traditionally centered on customer-facing parts of the organization—the ...
In a recent ETCIO.com article, Firstsource’s Aparajita Gupta, senior vice president, digital support and analytics, describes how using Verint Speech and Text Analytics helped the India-based business process outsourcer analyze huge volumes of data and—importantly for its customers—find root causes ...
The authors of the recent McKinsey Quarterly article, What does automation mean for general and administrative (G&A) and the back office? state that when it comes to Robotic Process Automation (RPA), “Getting started is the easy part … But scaling is hard.” 1 Many customers are jumping into ...
In the first blog in this series we discussed the scalability of process improvement resources. In the second blog, we discussed the structure needed to prioritize processes for re-engineering and/or automation. So, once you have re-engineered a process, how do you make it stick and help ensure the ...
I’ve written before about the back office being the underdog—the unsung hero of the organization. The front office gets the kudos for delivering a great customer experience, but it’s the back-office that typically processes the work to completion. The focus of most of my musings has been on the ...

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