Why Allianz needed to transform their CX
Allianz prides itself on putting its customers at the core of what it does. It understands that differentiating your business in today’s competitive market means more than just having great products and service offerings; it means giving your customer the best possible service.
Allianz is more than just an insurance provider. They’re an organization that truly puts their customers at the heart of everything they do. They understand that when they’re contacted for a claim, it generally means that the worst has happened for their customer. Being able to resolve claims means more than just closing a case file, it means giving a resolution to someone who has suffered some form of loss.
Malaysia’s leading insurance provider wants to ensure that their customers experienced the same excellent service, regardless of their point of contact.
Customers expected assistance through any digital channel, such as Facebook and Corporate chat, or phone and their employees needed an integrated omnichannel solution, that allowed them to access important customer information quickly.
Being a forward-thinking company, Allianz is aware of the impact that technology has on their industry. Not only has it changed how they market themselves, but it’s changed how their customers want to communicate with them.
• Enterprise omnichannel solution • ACD, IVR, routing and reporting environment • Support voice, email, chat, social media, omnichannel agent desktop with knowledge management • Case Management system
• Avaya Contact Center and Customer Interaction Management Solution • Verint Customer Engagement Solutions
• Avaya • Verint
What a flexible network meant for the environment
A customer-centric approach to insurance has been a differentiator for them. It’s ensured that they’ve retained their position as a leader in the insurance industry. But the biggest impact has been on the everyday lives of the people who insure with them.
Transforming their entire CX journey has solidified Allianz as an industry leader. With their new integrated, omnichannel client engagement tool, they’re expecting to see a reduction of case handling time by 50%.
This means queries are resolved faster, and more importantly, claims are settled sooner. Diverting voice calls to digital channels is expected to provide an operational saving of up to 40%.
The insurance provider has implemented a contextual knowledge management tool, providing their employees with the tools needed to answer complex questions.
This is expected to help reduce the average handling time of cases – meaning their customers are able to continue with their every-day lives faster.
The omnichannel solution allows customers to choose their preferred method for customer service.
Expected reductions in operational expenditure and case handling times.
By linking agents to critical information, they can resolve issues faster, improving customer satisfaction.