CRM Quality monitoring scores:
Quality monitoring scores
Metric: Quality monitoring scores
Definition: Numerical scoring and notes/feedback about the service provided to customers.
Application: Normally used in reference to call quality monitoring, using some sort of scorecard. However, it is any quality measurement referring to calls, paperwork, Web interactions and email.
Tips about using quality monitoring scores as a call center metric:May be expressed as a numerical grade or percentage value.
Most commonly used to determine individual customer service representative (CSR) performance, but is also used in aggregated scoring at the team, center, and enterprise levels.
It's important to design monitoring and score sheets and elements that are as objectives as possible.
Extremely important to provide feedback to the CSR as soon as possible following observation.
Measuring quality monitoring in the call center: Expert advice:1 - 3 of 16
Ask the Expert - Expert Donna Fluss gives an overview of the technology available to monitor, coach and support remote call center agents.
Ask the Expert - Quality management is becoming more common in the call center, yet some industries handle monitoring differently, and some industries are more restrictive in monitoring than others. Read advice from call center management expert Donna Fluss in this tip.
Ask the Expert - Lori Bocklund offers advice on how call centers should use quality monitoring with emails and which metrics to include.
Test your knowledge of quality monitoring scores: Quiz:1 - 1 of 1
Quiz - Test yourself on quality monitoring scores in this question from the Call Center Metrics School quiz.
Understanding quality monitoring scores: Podcast:1 - 1 of 1
Podcast - In this podcast, you'll learn the definition for quality monitoring and learn how to track quality monitoring scores in this podcast.