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Actionable insights across the organization

Purpose built Generative AI, that mines 100% of conversations, no matter the channel. It truly understands human language and sentiment to identify key customer concerns from every interaction.

Identify unknown customer concerns in real time

Unlike surveys and focus groups, VoC insights gets to the root causes of customer issues instantly with no manual effort, friction, or outlier bias.

Out of the box reports that drive CX and business transformation

Rich, prebuilt persona specific dashboards that bring the power of customer insights and slice the data with relevant business metrics like CLV, products purchased, etc. for every team.

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The Future Of Customer Experience Management

Frictionless And Unbiased Customer Insights

Level AI’s VoC Insights AI brings real-time insights from 100% of your customer conversations, without the bias or friction of traditional methods.

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Get To The Bottom Of Every Issue Before It Escalates

VoC Insights identifies the root cause of issues by generating specific actionable customer concerns, multi emotion sentiment analysis, and multi level topic categorization for every interaction.

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Proactive Insights To Identify Unknowns

With VoC Insights, uncover and act on customer concerns from every interaction, even the ones you’ve never heard of without any manual setup or guidance.

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Save Costs And Countless Thankless Hours In Gathering Feedback

Say goodbye to time-consuming surveys and biased data. VoC automates customer feedback collection and analysis, so you can focus on delivering amazing customer experiences.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is customer experience management?

Customer Experience Management (CXM or CEM) refers to the practice of designing, controlling, and monitoring the interactions and experiences that customers have with a business or organization across all touchpoints. The goal of CXM is to ensure that customers have positive, consistent, and meaningful experiences, which ultimately leads to customer satisfaction, loyalty, and advocacy.

Key components of Customer Experience Management include:

  1. Customer Insights: Gathering and analyzing data about customer behaviors, preferences, and feedback to understand their needs and expectations.
  2. Customer Journey Mapping: Creating visual representations of the customer’s interactions with a brand, identifying pain points and opportunities for improvement.
  3. Touchpoint Optimization: Ensuring that every interaction a customer has with a brand, whether in-store, online, or through customer service, is optimized for a positive experience.
  4. Feedback and Measurement: Collecting feedback through surveys, reviews, and other sources to gauge customer satisfaction and identify areas for improvement.
  5. Personalization: Tailoring products, services, and communications to individual customer needs and preferences.
  6. Cross-Channel Consistency: Ensuring that customer experiences are consistent and seamless across various channels, including in-person, online, mobile, and social media.
  7. Employee Engagement: Recognizing that engaged and motivated employees are essential to providing excellent customer experiences.

CXM is crucial in today’s business landscape, as customers have more choices and higher expectations than ever before. A positive customer experience not only leads to customer retention but also brand advocacy, as satisfied customers are more likely to recommend a business to others. Companies that prioritize CXM often find it to be a competitive advantage in the market.

How to gain customer insights?

Gaining consumer insights is crucial for businesses to understand their customers, improve products or services, and make informed decisions. Here are some effective methods to gain consumer insights:

  1. Surveys: Create well-designed surveys to collect feedback directly from customers. Online surveys, email surveys, and feedback forms on your website or in-app can be valuable tools.
  2. Focus Groups: Organize small, moderated focus groups with a diverse set of customers to have in-depth discussions about their experiences and preferences.
  3. Interviews: Conduct one-on-one interviews with customers to gain deeper insights into their needs and challenges. This can be done in person, over the phone, or through video calls.
  4. Social Media Monitoring: Monitor social media platforms for mentions, comments, and conversations related to your brand. This can provide real-time insights into customer sentiment and feedback.
  5. Online Reviews: Pay attention to customer reviews on platforms like Yelp, Amazon, or Google. Analyze what customers like and dislike about your products or services.

Website Analytics: Use web analytics tools to track user behavior on your website. You can gain insights into which pages customers visit, how long they stay, and where they drop off.

What is a voice of the customer program?

A Voice of the Customer (VoC) program is a structured approach or system that organizations use to gather, analyze, and act upon customer feedback and insights. The primary goal of a VoC program is to gain a deep understanding of customer needs, preferences, and pain points, and then use that information to make data-driven decisions that improve products, services, and customer experiences. Key components of a Voice of the Customer program typically include:

  1. Data Collection: Gathering feedback from customers through various channels, including surveys, interviews, focus groups, social media, reviews, and more.
  2. Feedback Analysis: Carefully analyzing the collected data to identify trends, patterns, and recurring themes in customer feedback.
  3. Insight Generation: Deriving valuable insights from the analyzed feedback to understand customer expectations and areas that require improvement.
  4. Action Planning: Developing strategies and action plans based on the insights gained from customers. This may involve making changes to products, services, processes, or customer support.
  5. Continuous Improvement: Implementing the planned actions and measuring their impact. VoC programs often involve a cycle of continuous improvement to address evolving customer needs.
  6. Customer-Centric Culture: Fostering a customer-centric culture within the organization where every employee values and prioritizes the customer’s perspective.

Benefits of a Voice of the Customer program include:

  • Enhanced customer satisfaction and loyalty.
  • Improved product development and innovation.
  • Better alignment of products and services with customer needs.
  • Increased customer retention and reduced churn.
  • Identification of opportunities for growth and competitive advantage.
  • A deeper understanding of market trends and consumer behavior.

By implementing a VoC program, organizations can proactively address customer concerns, deliver better experiences, and maintain a competitive edge in the market.

Why does voice of the customer matter?

Voice of the Customer (VoC) is of paramount importance for several reasons:

  1. Customer-Centric Focus: VoC programs ensure that businesses remain customer-centric. By understanding customer preferences and needs, companies can tailor their products, services, and interactions to provide a better customer experience.
  2. Improved Customer Satisfaction: Listening to customers and addressing their concerns leads to increased customer satisfaction. Happy customers are more likely to become loyal, repeat customers and advocates for your brand.
  3. Enhanced Loyalty: Customers who feel heard and valued are more likely to remain loyal. A VoC program helps identify and address issues that might lead to customer defection.
  4. Product and Service Improvement: Customer feedback is invaluable for product and service improvement. It helps businesses make data-driven decisions to enhance their offerings.

Competitive Advantage: Businesses that actively listen to their customers can differentiate themselves from competitors. Customers are more likely to choose a brand that prioritizes their needs.

What is generative AI?

Generative AI, short for “Generative Artificial Intelligence,” refers to a class of artificial intelligence systems that have the ability to generate content, such as text, images, music, or other forms of data. These systems use complex algorithms, often based on neural networks, to create new content that is not explicitly programmed but rather learned from existing data. Generative AI is at the cutting edge of AI technology and has numerous applications. Here are some key aspects:

  1. Language Models: One of the most well-known applications of generative AI is in natural language processing (NLP). Models like GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3) are capable of generating human-like text, answering questions, writing essays, and even creating code.
  2. Computer Vision: In computer vision, generative AI models can generate images or videos. They can be used in tasks like image synthesis, style transfer, and even generating realistic human faces, like those created by GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks).
  3. Music and Art: Generative AI can compose music, generate art, and create unique visual designs. It’s used in creative applications to generate content in various artistic fields.
Why are surveys difficult to do right?

Surveys can be difficult to execute correctly for several reasons:

  1. Question Design: Crafting clear, unbiased, and relevant survey questions is challenging. Poorly designed questions can lead to ambiguity or bias in responses.
  2. Sampling Bias: Obtaining a representative sample of your target population is difficult. If the sample is not representative, the survey’s results may not accurately reflect the broader population.
  3. Survey Length: Long surveys with numerous questions can lead to respondent fatigue and incomplete or inaccurate responses.
  4. Response Bias: Respondents may provide answers they believe are expected rather than their true opinions, especially on sensitive topics.
  5. Question Order: The order of questions can influence responses. For example, asking a positive question before a negative one may lead to more positive responses.
  6. Non-Response Bias: Those who choose not to respond may have different characteristics or opinions from those who do respond, introducing bias.
  7. Data Analysis: Analyzing survey data can be complex, especially when dealing with large datasets. Misinterpretation of results is possible.
  8. Survey Distribution: Deciding how to distribute the survey and reaching the target audience can be challenging, especially for hard-to-reach populations.

Language and Translation: Surveys need to be culturally and linguistically appropriate when dealing with diverse populations, which requires careful translation and adaptation

How to find the voice of the consumer?

Finding the “Voice of the Consumer” (VoC) involves systematically collecting and analyzing feedback and insights from your customers to understand their needs, preferences, and expectations. Here are steps to find the VoC:

  1. Define Your Objectives:
    • Clarify what you want to learn from your customers. Are you interested in their product feedback, overall satisfaction, or specific pain points?
  2. Select Data Sources:
    • Identify where your customers are sharing their opinions and feedback. This can include surveys, reviews, social media, customer support interactions, or feedback forms on your website.
  3. Collect Feedback:
    • Deploy surveys, feedback forms, or other data collection methods to gather customer insights. Ensure that the questions are clear and unbiased.
  4. Analyze Data:
    • Process and analyze the data collected. Look for common themes, trends, and patterns in the feedback.
  5. Segment Customers:
    • Divide your customers into segments based on factors like demographics, behaviors, or purchase history. This allows you to gain insights for specific customer groups.
  6. Prioritize Insights:
    • Prioritize the insights by identifying the most critical issues or opportunities for improvement.
How does level ai sentiment analysis work

Unlike traditional keyword and phrase-detecting sentiment analysis tools, the AI is like a good conversationalist. It waits for the customer to finish speaking and takes it all into context for analyzing emotions and sentiments. For example, when a customer says: “I’m a long-time customer and have always recommended your products to my friends. Every time I call though, the customer service is a letdown,” our model will accurately classify as “Disappointment” as it understands the initial sentence is the context for why the customer is particularly disappointed in the service.

It also goes beyond just detecting positive and negative sentiments to identify and tag a wide variety of emotions and the degrees (very positive, mildly negative, etc.) associated with them across multiple channels. This all culminates in a single sentiment score from 0 to 10 that can accurately represent the customer’s true experience of the interaction. It also works as a much better representation of customer satisfaction, and is not polarized to extremes like traditional CSAT.


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