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  • Connie

    September 17, 2020 at 1:59 pm

    Commonly in 2 different areas:
    Call Centres - for case handling - customers call with complaints, issues, questions. Cases will be created and solved through either agents or other users / specialists
    Service teams - think utility engineers - they go out and solve the cases created in the call centre.
    Service Cloud is all about creating, tracking and solving cases.

  • Shweta

    September 17, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    Service Cloud is an easy to use customer service application that can help you to provide and track excellent service. It assists with personalized support via phone, email, chat, and SMS messaging app with LiveMessage.

  • Udit

    September 18, 2020 at 7:15 am

    Different products/platforms which Salesforce offers provide different services to its users.
    Service cloud mainly focusses on providing services, solutions to the user's queries via chat, email, call etc.

  • Mayra

    October 31, 2022 at 7:25 am

    Service Cloud helps you automate service processes, streamline workflows, and surface relevant articles, topics, and experts to improve the agent experience. With Service Cloud, you can connect with every customer one-to-one, across multiple channels and on any device. Know more about Service Cloud Consulting with the top experts.

  • 360degreecloud

    December 1, 2022 at 7:06 am

    Salesforce Service Cloud used for

    • Anything-to-Case Workflows
    • Self-Service & Service Tracking
    • Routing & Service Management
  • CRMJetty

    January 2, 2023 at 9:59 am

    Salesforce Service Cloud used for,

    • to assist your business’s customer service team
    • support for agents
    • all customer service inquiries across multiple communications channels
    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by  CRMJetty.
  • GetOnCRM

    January 16, 2023 at 10:25 am
    • Salesforce Service Cloud is a customer service and support platform that allows businesses to manage and resolve customer inquiries and issues through multiple channels, such as phone, email, chat, and social media.
    • The platform enables businesses to create a centralized knowledge base, automate service processes, and track customer interactions to improve the overall customer experience.
    • One of the key features of Service Cloud is its ability to create a single view of the customer, which brings together all customer interactions, data, and history in one place. It allows customer service reps to quickly and efficiently understand the customer's needs and provide personalized and accurate responses.
    • Service Cloud also includes a case management system, which allows businesses to track and prioritize customer inquiries, assign them to the appropriate team members, and manage the case resolution process.
    • Additionally, the platform includes a range of automation tools, such as macros, which can streamline repetitive tasks, and routing rules, which can automatically assign cases to the correct team member.
    • Overall, Salesforce Service Cloud is a powerful platform that allows businesses to deliver high-quality customer service and support while providing the tools needed to improve service operations and drive business growth.
  • Shuvam

    May 26, 2023 at 1:38 pm

    Salesforce Service Cloud is all about empowering your business to provide top-notch customer support. You get to manage and track customer interactions all in one place, solve customer problems faster, and provide support across various channels like phone, email, social media, and more. So, it's basically your one-stop-shop for delivering awesome customer service.

  • Kizzy Consulting

    May 31, 2023 at 6:14 am

    Salesforce Service Cloud is a Servicing platform utilized by over 11K customers worldwide. Service Cloud improves its customer service and organizes Service Cases.
    The SF Service Cloud console provides a more comprehensive view of the Service Cloud’s connected Accounts, Contacts, Cases, and other stakeholder components. This makes it easier for our Customer Service Representative (CSR) to maintain track of the entire Client Story.
    Features of Salesforce Service Cloud:Knowledge Management
    When an end-user phones a customer service representative, the issue they want to discuss could be anything in the product. Knowledge Articles are utilized to help the CSR grasp the challenges and suggest available/possible solutions.
    Knowledge Articles appear on the CSR’s console screen and provide additional insight into the difficulties and the solutions. Knowledge Articles are fully configurable and can be produced by Org Users or imported from online resources.
    Omni-channel communication:
    Omni-channel is a useful tool for routing incoming cases based on:

    • The agents’ skill sets.
    • The agents’ availability.

    Omni channel Console can be used to manage agent routing and to view details of every Case, its associated agent, and the time remaining/spent on the case.
    Service level agreements (SLAs)
    An SLA in Service Cloud is an agreement between the service provider and the client regarding the services that the former should supply to the latter. SLAs are linked to Entitlements and Milestones.

    • Entitlement: In Salesforce Service Cloud, entitlements are units of customer support. They are commonly used to represent terms in service contracts.
    • Milestones: Milestones: Milestones describe the time it will take for any particular phase in your support process, such as the resolution or engagement time for a Case.

    Reporting in Service Cloud
    Reporting is an important component that helps in the creation of reports based on the available data in the organization. Reporting and creating a dashboard facilitates the user’s understanding of the data.
    Service Analytics dashboards compile best-practice key performance indicators (KPIs) for the data in your organization. Service managers get a complete picture of customer service data, including trending and historical standards. Agents may see a glimpse of each case and customer to make quick decisions about potential customer interactions.
    CTI Integration
    Over the years, Salesforce<–>CTI Integration has proven to be a powerful technology that has transformed the way Service Cloud is used. This connection allows the end-user to call the Customer Service Representative (CSR) and file a case or discuss a problem. Integration of telephony systems with Salesforce gives phone control capabilities to display calling data on the screen of the CSR.
    A community is a place where any org user may search for a problem they are facing or submit the solution to an issue to help others in the organization.
    These features make Salesforce Service Cloud stand out from the crowd and a must-have for your organization. However, if not installed correctly, setting up Salesforce Service Cloud can be a time-consuming process and could result in long, sleepless nights of development for you and your team.
    This is why you should either hire an industry-leading consultancy team or take the following steps:

    • Understand the needs and develop the procedure accordingly. Never overthink your process. The method and functionality should be adaptable to any future adjustments.
    • Understand and apply the promising characteristics of Service Cloud.
    • Make sure everyone on your team understands the Service Console. A fantastic tool will be useless to a capable team if the system is not understood properly.

    It allows businesses to monitor and handle customer complaints quickly and efficiently, providing customers with a unified experience that encourages loyalty and confidence. Whether you are a little business or a large corporation, Salesforce Service Cloud can help you provide world-class customer service that sets you apart from the competition. If you want to improve customer service and drive business growth, consider installing Salesforce Service Cloud.
    Contact us for Consultation Services or for demonstrations of all types of Salesforce Clouds, Tools, and Platforms.
    Kizzy Consulting
    Kizzy Consulting is a Salesforce Consulting Partner based in Panchkula, India. Kizzy has successfully implemented 100+ Salesforce projects for 100+ clients across sectors like Financial Services, Insurance, Retail, Sales, Manufacturing, Real estate, Logistics, and Healthcare in countries like the US, Europe, Germany, and Australia. Get a free consultation now by emailing us at [email protected] or Contact us.
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