Dreem is a tech company devoted to helping people overcome sleep issues. Their headband and app help people track their sleeping patterns and get the necessary coaching to have a good night’s sleep.
What helps Dreem’s own team sleep peacefully at night (besides the headband, of course), is knowing that their customers are in good hands at all times. Excellent customer care is a company-wide strategy in Dreem and their support agents have the responsibility to keep:
When the team faced a CSAT score of 80% last year, they knew they had to up their game. So, they implemented a number of internal procedures to boost the quality of their customer service - and conversation reviews were one of those initiatives.
With a strong focus on the quality of customer service, Dreem’s care team had always kept an eye on the feedback they got from their customers. When they noticed they were consistently missing their 90% CSAT goal, and starting to receive reviews pointing to weaknesses in their customer care, it was time to act. They decided to take a two-fold approach to tackle their quality issues.
Besides product knowledge, Dreem wanted to synchronize agents’ soft skills like empathy and personalization, too. Having a unified vision of what the company should sound like helps keep communication consistent. Customer service is, after all, the voice of the company and should always be the same regardless of the agent the customer talks to.
“The target of conversation reviews was to improve CSAT and make sure that we are all aligned on what we say,” explains Jonathan Benghozi, the Head of Customer Care at Dreem.
Internal feedback was a logical step towards Dreem’s goal to improve the quality of their customer care. Knowing that some users were not fully satisfied with the conversations they’d had with the company, meant that the team had to start analyzing their own interactions to understand how they could start providing better support.
Here’s how conversation reviews work for Dreem’s current customer care team of six agents:
All in all, Dreem has set up a very straight-forward and convenient internal customer care quality program. Feedback takes up just an hour of the manager’s time every week and covers a decent proportion of agents’ conversations.
“[There were] no challenges at all,” adds Jonathan Benghozi, Dreem’s Head of Customer Care, “conversation reviews were quite easy to introduce and follow.”
Dreem’s customer care agents discuss the findings of conversation reviews with their manager in weekly 1-on-1 meetings. Weekly reviews keep the feedback relevant and timely.
Moreover, during training periods, Jonathan provides direct feedback on ticket solutions and approves messages before they are sent out. This helps make sure that customers never receive messages that fail to meet the company’s quality standards. Klaus has a dedicated Training Wheels app on the Zendesk marketplace built specifically for this use case.
Conversation reviews, training, and onboarding are the most important components that make up Dreem’s customer care quality program. All those efforts have paid off for the team: Dreem’s CSAT has improved from 80% to 90%.
Keeping that high level of quality requires a lot of work. We’re happy to see that Klaus is making it easier for companies like Dreem to conduct internal customer service reviews, and is, thus, playing an important part in improving the quality of their customer care.
If you’d like to start doing conversation reviews, check out Klaus. It integrates with all of the major help desk solutions and can save up to 70% of the time you’d otherwise spend on ticket scoring and agent feedback.
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