Learn about the Loris approach to revealing interaction level sentiment, agent impact, and what’s guiding the next wave of customer experience strategy at Bill.com.
Traditional surveys are more like a postmodern; real-time sentiment allows us to make a difference in the customer experience.
Meet Our Panelists
With previous experience at HP, Google, and Intuit, Bala touts and impressive background in contact center support, operations, and customer success. In his current role at Bill.com, Bala has enabled his agents to have better customer conversations using Loris, leading him to evaluate what data points are most important to customer satisfaction.
Vice President — Head of Customer Experience, Bill.com
Loris’ leader of Customer Experience, Maggie is at the heart of practicing what we preach here at Loris, helping companies have better conversations with customers. Maggie has supported Bill.com’s journey with Loris and continues to work closely with Bala to ensure our tools are meeting their needs.
Chief Customer Officer, Loris
Bill.com agents believe their conversations are better with Loris
Agent experience and buy-in is critical to Bala’s strategy as agent experience ultimately impacts the customer service they deliver. With help from Loris, Bala Venkataramanan, Head of CX at Bill.com and his team gained better visibility into every customer conversation and the insights they need to drive more positive outcomes. And their customer advocate team benefits from real-time customer sentiment scores and suggested language to help improve every interaction, in the moment they are happening.
The Loris intelligence layer is a simple chrome extension that works natively with Bill.com’s Zendesk platform (and integrates with all major support platforms).
- How Bill.com improved quality metrics without degrading efficiency and productivity
- The importance of moving away from survey sample based data, to transaction based sentiment
- The value and potential of aspect based insights to understand when the customer sentiment is geared towards the agent, the product, or the brand itself