Camelot Group Awards Case Study 2012: Focus on what matters to the customer

Focus on what matters to the customer

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Learn why 140 metrics were cut to 11 in partnership with a government regulator, and how a next-generation contact centre is taking shape at Camelot.

The Operations Planning and Control Team at Camelot played a vital role in renegotiating performance standards with its government regulator, through a combination of high- level strategic influencing and rigorous new MI. Just 11 KPIs - focused on quality, accuracy and customer satisfaction - replaced over 140 speed-based measures. The whole change programme included both a cultural transformation and a radical refresh of contact centre technology to support the new measures. Customer satisfaction is up 21% and operating costs down 40%, with the technology changes delivering a further £250k benefit per year – all changes which will help Camelot to maximise returns for the National Lottery Good Causes.


Results

  • Customer satisfaction is up 21%
  • Operating costs cut 40%
  • Technology will deliver a further £250k per year
  • Propensity on retail calls dropped 134% to 68%
  • Phone contact relating to online queries dropped from 6.7% to 3.5%
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