Keeping customer satisfaction at the heart of its business, African Bank has selected the CallMiner Eureka platform from CallMiner, a recognised global leader in speech analytics, to better extract and operationalise insights from voice-based customer interactions.
African Bank, which last year trumped traditionally strong contenders to be ranked number one in customer satisfaction in the 2019 Consulta SA Customer Satisfaction Index (SA-csi) report, will be looking to extract a deeper understanding of voice-based customer interactions. These are intended to increase the Bank’s customer experience even further, improve sales and collection processes as well as automate and improve compliance scoring. “As the platform is better understood, further options may be utilised to the benefit of our customers and the Bank,” says CEO of African Bank, Basani Maluleke.
“With CallMiner, we will be able to create an even stronger customer experience by analysing what our customers need, how they feel, and what we need to do, to deliver exceptional value and service from every interaction,” says Maluleke. CallMiner Eureka will be applied across the Bank’s three contact centres.
From the analysis of these interactions, African Bank will be able to also optimise processes; make quicker decisions for improvement and target the most required investment areas to promote its customers service and further grow its customer base.
CallMiner Eureka leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyse every customer interaction. It provides actionable insights and intelligence that organisations can use to improve business decisions. Maluleke says for the balance of 2020 they will be familiarising themselves with the system to identify certain behaviours and sentiments. “It is important we prioritise our initiatives which can be used for training purposes,” she says.
“African Bank has demonstrated its strategic focus to be a leader in customer service through the acquisition of CallMiner Eureka,” says Frank Sherlock, VP International at CallMiner. “Organisations across all industries have the opportunity to enhance customer relationships, increase revenue and radically improve business performance simply by listening to customers and acting on the insights. We know that African Bank went through an extensive and diligent evaluation process involving various international and local vendors, and we are delighted to have been selected, as we expand our portfolio of customers in South Africa,” says Sherlock.
“African Bank is fast becoming a pioneering data-driven South African organisation and our partnership with CallMiner is another part of our journey to make our organisation synonymous with data excellence. It is also another tool to enhance our digital transformation. At the core of our data strategy are our customers – to create an inclusive, personalised banking experience for them and we believe CallMiner provides another tool to bring us one step closer to achieving this,” concludes Maluleke.