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Superb Social Customer Service: The New Key Differentiator
Posted on June 19th 2014
This week I moderated another Social Media Today webinar part of their Best Thinker webinar series, this time on the topic of Superb Social Customer Service: The New Key Differentiator. This webinar was sponsored by SAP. The webinar included a stellar mix of panelists namely: Bianca Buckridee who leads Social Media Operations at JPMorgan Chase, Kai Petzelt who is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at SAP, and Brandon Lewis who is the Resource Desk Team Lead for Zappos.
Kai got us started with some background to help set the stage for superb social customer service. One stat that Kai cited from the Customer Management IQ Executive Report: “88% of all organization delivering a multi-channel service experience, the differentiating factor will now be the quality of those interactions” really got a lot of discussion on twitter and response from the audience in terms of questions on response time and more. Kai also declared the end of Linear marketing which also resonated with the audience.
Bianca took over and gave us a look at some lessons learned from the JPMorgan Chase customer support team. Her presentation was of great interest to many in the audience who work in regulated industries. She talked about how her team was able to add humor and a sense of personality to providing social customer support even when her Twitter responses have to go through her legal team!
Brandon then completed the presentation portion of the program with his discussion of how Zappos thinks about customer support in general with an emphasis on social customer support now more than ever before. He also gave us a look into his team and how they are charged with delivering Wow experiences “where ever the customer needs it” and more importantly not driven to upsell customers.
Now, if you have ever been on a Social Media Today webinar before, you know they are very “participant-driven” and we love to ask your questions of our panelists. Many of the questions from our audience revolved around topics such as: What would are speakers do differently if they were just starting out creating a social customer support team? Does Chase measure the impact to Net Promoter Score of its social efforts? Does Zappos think that providing a wow experience on social helps to mitigate the possibilities of a bad review on Yelp or other shopping sites?
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