TTEC EMEA Win 2 Customer Centricity Awards as they are recognised for Best Employee Engagement and Best Contact Centre at the World Series 2021
20th May 2021
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TTEC, one of the largest global CX (customer experience) technology and services innovators for end-to-end, digital CX solutions, has been awarded 2 awards in recognition of being one of the most customer centric organisations after being named finalist in 3 categories.
TTEC EMEA won the Best Employee Engagement award in recognition of its employee engagement programme, Culture CX. TTEC were praised for the roll out of Culture CX across EMEA along with refurbished and new contact centre operations opened, all supported by a raft of health and well-being initiatives that seamlessly continued during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite pivoting to a hybrid-model to support both work at home and contact centre environments.
The award for Best Contact Centre was given to TTEC Leeds for the amazing work colleagues had delivered in the last 12 months, supporting one another and delivering great digital-first solutions to clients as the world adapted to a ‘new normal’.
TTEC were also named in the top 3 brands in the Best Crisis Strategy & Management category for their rapidly deployed ‘T-NOW’ solutions, with judges stating that like most organisations, TTEC had been forced to adapt to a new normal this past year, and through it all never lost sight of what is most important including great examples of maintaining business continuity, providing resilience for the brands they represent and keeping its people and its clients across EMEA safe.
Alistair Niederer, Head of EMEA at TTEC, stated; “We are so delighted to have TTEC EMEA recognised as one of the most customer centric organisations in the world. We’ve had a mammoth year already with awards success, but this shouldn’t take away from the monumental efforts of our brand ambassadors who represent our clients so admirably, and during one of the toughest years the industry has ever faced.”