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Informe: Benchmark sobre la actuación de los principales eCommerce durante el Black-Friday 2019​

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Introducción​

Black Friday supone un gran desafío para muchos proyectos. En este Benchmark, se comparará las diferentes planificaciones y acciones que se toman en los diferentes proyectos para mitigar el impacto. El objetivo es detectar las mejores prácticas.​
El Benchmark será preparado y analizado por el Operational Excellence Team de Webhelp Spain.

​Objetivo​

  • Planificación (previsión de contactos, periodo de preparación, colaboración con el cliente, departamentos)​
  • Comparativa de promociones y condiciones indicadas en la web de cada marca​
  • Canales asistidos y self-service​
  • Reclutamiento y Formación​
  • Planificación de Staff y Real-time Monitoring​


Expo Relación Cliente 2020 con Webhelp

Rellena el formulario y descarga la información sobre nuestros principales estudios del 2020​

  • Benchmark sobre la actuación de los principales eCommerce durante el Black Friday 2019
  • Nuestro desempeño corporativo durante la crisis del COVID-19
  • Benchmark sobre la actuación de las empresas durante la crisis del COVID-19


Informe: Benchmark sobre la actuación de las empresas durante la crisis del COVID-19

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Introducción​

​Debido a la pandemia COVID-19, las empresas se ven obligadas a tomar medidas para minimizar la interrupción de sus operaciones, garantizando al mismo tiempo la seguridad y el bienestar de todo su personal, garantizando la prestación de servicios a sus consumidores, además de cumplir con las leyes gubernamentales.​

​Dadas las variables desconocidas que rodean el último brote de coronavirus, Webhelp España está obligada a evaluar su preparación para el impacto potencial que pueda tener en sus operaciones, relación con los clientes y bienestar de los empleados.​

​Objetivo​

  • Compare diferentes estrategias tomadas por varias marcas importantes en Europa, China y Estados Unidos.
  • Detectar las mejores prácticas. ​
  • Evaluación de programas para los programas que trabajan con Webhelp Spain para entender el impacto interno y la colaboración con nuestros clientes.


Informe: Nuestro desempeño corporativo durante la crisis del COVID-19​

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A continuación encontrarás nuestra estrategia empresarial para superar exitosamente el desafío que represento el COVID 19

Planteamiento del problema​​

Debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, Webhelp España tomó medidas para tratar de minimizar la interrupción de sus operaciones, al tiempo que garantizó la seguridad y el bienestar de nuestro personal y aseguró la prestación de servicios para nuestros clientes.

​Objetivo​

  • Garantizar la salud y seguridad de los empleados.​
  • Asegurarse de que el negocio continuara sin interrupciones importantes.​
  • Colaboración con nuestros clientes para fortalecer el partnership


Rising to travellers’ expectations for the future of travel

What was once a favourite pastime is now looking very different due to this year’s events of COVID-19. Traveller behaviour has rapidly changed, with many opting to not take a trip at all this year. It has changed our ways of thinking towards travel, leading to historic transformation in organisations and society.

In 2019, the number of passengers boarded by the global airline industry reached over 4.5 billion people. At the beginning of 2020, this all changed. Travel unsurprisingly came to a halt due to coronavirus. The total number of flights began to decline by over 60%, according to Flightradar24 racking statistics. This was due to the nature of the virus, forcing governments to ground planes and stop all unnecessary travel.

Government guidelines progressively relaxed in June, allowing travel and leisure activities to resume and get back to some form of ‘normality’ to revive the economy. However, according to IATA, there wasn’t a significant improvement in passenger demand due to the lockdown and quarantine in some markets  with August’s traffic performance the industry’s worst-ever summer season: August international passenger demand plummeted 88.3% compared to August 2019.”

Rising to traveller’s expectations

Getting on a plane and travelling the world is not top of everyone’s bucket list at this moment in time. People are not travelling like they did before the pandemic. The uncertainty of ‘wave two’ is causing many people to become frustrated and emotionally unsettled for the future. And with markets imposing quarantine rules, it has impacted travellers wanting to go abroad altogether.

Travel is recognised as a sense of escapism – now fraught with concerns that were not always top of mind before: cleaning procedures, hygiene, or what places to visit.
Webhelp’s Travel & Mobility Sector Lead, Nora Boros states from our previous article “No matter what kind of trip is being taken, travel clients go through a myriad of emotions before, during, and after their journey – which will undoubtedly affect their consumer behaviour.”
The first wave of COVID-19 amplified these emotions; undoubtedly affecting consumers behaviours and expectations towards travelling and the industry overall.
Nonetheless, it enables organisations to augment and find alternative ways of transforming their servicing and offer travellers new ways of attaining the pleasure of wanderlust.

Health and safety are at the forefront of travelling now more than ever. Passengers are more inquisitive about hygiene policies and what exactly the process looks like before, during, and after flying – the same goes for domestic travel.

It’s not surprising many people have opted to not travel, go on a staycation, or save their plans for a trip in 2021. A Euronews poll surveyed four European countries – Germany, France, Italy, and Spain to identify travel plans which showed a comparison pre-COVID and now. Respondents from all countries had over a 60% decrease in travelling abroad, an average 50% increase in no travelling while domestic travelling stayed consistent between 24%-40%. A Statista survey showed “one third of respondents in the United Kingdom planned to spend their annual leave on holidays in the UK if travel abroad was still difficult due to lockdown restrictions. Over a quarter of respondents expected to spend more time at home.”

Travel influencing new ways of working

Although spending more time at home allows people to have time with their families and make more time for themselves, many people have had to shift to work from home trying to find and maintain a work-life-balance.

These changes have affected people’s behaviours concerning their place of work, inspiring people to seek alternative travel possibilities such as work from home, but anywhere.

“As we continue to adapt to the new ways of working, our work lives become more flexible”, Nora Boros states in our future of travel blog, “leisure travel will become blended with business needs, giving more consideration than ever to the concept of ‘Bleisure’.”

Introducing hybrid models of flexible working allows colleagues to work from home, the office or anywhere in the world. This could open-up longer trips for travellers who want to stay somewhere with office space, or result in an increase of international mobility for organisations to implement.

Webhelp has used the flexible working approach, Webhelp Anywhere with several clients to ensure the safety of colleagues while positively achieving business continuity. We have supported clients with their digital transformation strategy by identifying quick-wins and sustainable long-term objectives to phase through the crisis and transition into the new normal.

As we continue to phase through these uncertain times, it is an opportunity to invest in digital and operational transformation capabilities and become a differentiator in the market, as this will play a key role in helping travellers feel safe in their future travels.


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Webhelp, elegida por Everest Group como Líder CXM por segunda vez en 2020

Tras posicionarnos como una empresa líder a nivel global en la Gestión de la Experiencia del Cliente (CXM) por el analista líder, Everest Group, hemos sido nuevamente elegidos como Líderes en su último informe “CXM in EMEA Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020”, valorando altamente nuestra visión y capacidad.

Este informe es un reconocimiento objetivo de la exitosa estrategia de crecimiento de Webhelp y de nuestro singular enfoque “people-first», según Skand Bhargava, Vicepresidente del Grupo Everest.

«Webhelp es un proveedor líder de CXM a nivel mundial, especialmente en Europa, que cuenta con un gran equipo multilingüe de más de 60.000 empleados. Centrándose en la transformación digital, la consultoría CX y el customer journey, Webhelp ha crecido exponencialmente en los últimos años,»

Continúa «Además, su gran experiencia digital, su enfoque centrado en los resultados y su fuerte liderazgo le han permitido navegar con resistencia por las incertidumbres creadas por la COVID-19 y seguir creciendo».

Este resultado se basa en nuestro sólido historial en los rankings y evaluaciones de los analistas, siendo Líderes en la Matriz PICO por segundo año, y el Grupo Everest específicamente destaca nuestra fuerte cobertura en los principales verticales de la industria, nuestra presencia global, y el valor que proporcionamos a nuestros clientes.

Everest Group define como Líderes a empresas que prestan servicios consistentes en la Gestión de la Experiencia del Cliente (CXM) expandiéndose en nuevas regiones, atendiendo a compradores de diversos tamaños y ofreciendo altos niveles de satisfacción con las capacidades tecnológicas y digitales más avanzadas.

Para esta edición de EMEA, Everest Group seleccionó a 21 organizaciones para evaluarlas y compararlas en su informe de 2020, basándose en el éxito de mercado del proveedor de servicios, su visión y estrategia, su enfoque y capacidades del servicio, sus soluciones digitales y tecnológicas, inversiones y feedbacks recibidos.