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Innovation Awards

2018 Finalists

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2018 Innovation Awards Shortlist

We are delighted to announce this year’s finalists for the 2018 Customer Contact Innovation Awards. These organisations offer great examples of transforming customer experience in contact centre operations, as well as in the wider organisation – from using speech analytics to drive continuous improvement to Employee engagement bringing about cultural change. There are great role models for Planning, Insight, Quality, Customer Experience and Continuous Improvement teams – as well as operations teams at all levels. 

The winners will be announced at out Gala dinner on April 24th at the close of our annual Customer Strategy & Planning conference to be held on 23rd and 24th April.

“This year’s innovations reveal a powerful range of the best approaches to improve your customer operations” explains Paul Smedley, our Founder and Chair, at The Forum. “All customer professionals will learn a huge amount from seeing their conference presentations in April and the Best Practice Site Visits in the summer”. 

Congratulations to our finalists. Book your place today by clicking one of the links below:

Date  

Location  

Best Practice Site Visit

TBC  

Glasgow  

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) - How changes in how we work together can make a huge impact for our customers 

10th July  

Manchester   

ADT Home & Business Security - Developing the planning & insight teams to deliver powerful impact in field operations as well as the contact centre 

20th June

Lincoln

Anglian Water - Transforming maintenance schedules and planning for engineers 

TBC

Northampton  

Barclays - Planning as a trusted partner in the business 

20th June

Lincoln

BT - Zero in on what matters most and help each call make the difference to customers 

13th June

Leicester

Centrica - The global managed learning service and proactive planning 

12th June

London

FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme) - Planning in partnership to transform customer service 

TBC

Walsall

Homeserve - Putting the customer first, by engaging our people 

15th June

Corby

RS Components - Enabling cultural change 

TBC

Fife

Sainsburys Bank - Developing a culture of innovation 

TBC

Livingston

Sky UK - The power of Speech Analytics to lift coaching performance and customer service 


14 external judges are involved in the judging process, many of whom are previous award winners or finalists themselves, in addition to senior specialists and leaders at The Forum. They will now visit each centre during January and February for an in-depth evaluation. 

Finalists were delighted with the news. “It is an honour. It reflects all the work the team has put in” comments Steve Trott, Head of Operations at Homeserve. “This has brought us together as a team.” “The team will be so excited to hear this” adds Amy Brown, Delivery Planning Manager at Anglian Water.

As Ian Gibson, Director of Shared Services at Ingeus and one of the judging panel, puts it, these are “very interesting case studies … best practice that I can learn from”. 

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2017 Innovation Award Winners

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