Key performance indicators (KPIs) may have many different names—objectives, metrics, targets, or personal goals—and they can be either a framework to customer service success or a ball and chain to remove flexibility and creativity. If you define success as delivering exceptional customer service, then your KPIs should provide the insight needed to do this.
Customer service and sales environments have different targets—and some may simply be legacy objectives which have always been used to measure operational success.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:
- What KPIs you should measure
- How to better use current data to drive improvements
- 18 considerations to help shape your KPI measurements