NewVoiceMedia, a leading provider of cloud contact centre and inside sales technology, today announced that Berlin-based food-delivery service, Delivery Hero AG, has selected its platform to transform its global customer experience.
Delivery Hero is a publicly listed company operating in more than 40 countries internationally with 150,000+ restaurant partners. A global leader in categories such as orders, restaurants and active customers, Delivery Hero owns 30 brands worldwide including foodora, foodpanda, Lieferheld and PedidosYa, and processes more than 20 million orders a day. Having operated customer contact centres in each region, Delivery Hero sought to standardise its processes to transform and compete on customer experience. It selected the NVM platform as the only enterprise-ready true cloud solution operating globally and with assured voice quality.
Integrating with Salesforce Service Cloud, the NVM platform is an omni-channel solution which enables Delivery Hero to offer a high-quality experience to its global customer base, irrespective of channel. Benefiting from a unified source of truth for customer data along with dynamic routing and IVR self-service capabilities, inbound calls can be intelligently managed and routed to the most appropriate agent who will have easy access to the customer’s entire history of interactions, enabling them to offer an efficient and personalised experience.
All employees can log into the same system wherever they are and work from multiple locations, as all they need is a phone and internet connection. Additionally, with greater visibility into worldwide operations, including a real-time window into the entire contact centre, Delivery Hero can easily manage advisors. Call recordings and customisable reports also allow the company to understand where improvement opportunities exist.
Felix Plog, SVP Global Operations at Delivery Hero and co-founder of foodpanda, comments, “We are pleased to have selected NewVoiceMedia’s platform as part of our commitment to transforming our customer experience and making performance improvements through more effective contact centre operations. We’re looking forward to the benefits that NVM will bring our customers and customer service teams”.
Chris Haggis, SVP Customer Success at NewVoiceMedia, adds, “Customer experience is a key differentiator for businesses worldwide, with brand reputation and market position significantly affected by an organisation’s ability to deliver customer delight. By investing in our technology and standardising its global contact centre operations, Delivery Hero will be able to create exceptional, emotive customer experiences while benefiting from real-time insights into performance and customer satisfaction. I look forward to seeing the company make this transformation for its growing international customer base”.
For more information about NewVoiceMedia, visit www.newvoicemedia.com.
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