Nom Nom is a pet health company that offers fresh, human-grade food, crafted by a board certified veterinary nutritionist™ to be optimal for most dogs and cats.
Since they offer a best-in-class premium product, their customer support has to follow suit. With that in mind, Nom Nom tries to be exceptionally personal; they view every interaction as a chance to further develop a relationship with a customer.
In early 2019 the Nom Nom Customer Experience team consisted of 4 members of leadership and 6 agents. There was a certain imbalance before Cory Osiborski was brought in to be the new manager of a team that needed to be scaled.
When he arrived, the discussions were already taking place between Nom Nom and Dixa; it seemed like Dixa had the answers to the big questions being asked.
The first was, ‘how reliable is our data?’. Cory remembers what it was like before Dixa:
He wanted an analytical solution that could deliver all of the standard customer experience metrics,with consistency, and in real time, but with additional firepower. The other key question that was being asked was ‘how is our template usage affecting our Customer Satisfaction (CSAT)?’.
Finding the balance between speed and personalization – whilst delivering exceptional customer service – was a must. Because they use a lot of templates, they needed to find a way to analyze each one to see how personalization was affecting key metrics and to consistently delight their customers. The perfect balance: personalized care, delivered at pace.
With the help of Dixa’s Business Insights, Nom Nom has quadrupled the team of 6 agents to 24 in just 12 months. The initial selling point was Template Analysis on Business Insights. Cory was delighted to discover that Nom Nom actually had a great template library; but Dixa would enable them to keep improving it for his customers.
Dixa’s Business Insights was also able to make their woes of not having access to reliable data in real time disappear.
And, as the team grows, Cory is now looking forward to expanding Dixa’s Business Insights’ usage to the rest of the team and brainstorming on what decision to make based on their data.
The reality is, however, that the team had already grown significantly to cope with demand. Last year, the team witnessed 77,000 tickets come through the system. It only took until July of the following year to reach the same number. Of course, scaling a team means implementing more scalable processes.
So quality assurance was the next big challenge to tackle. After trling an offer from another company, Cory decided that it was much more valuable to use Dixa’s Quality Assurance. Having always run his team with only the necessities he didn’t want to waste precious resources.
All-in-one functionality for customer experience data analysis
Cory boasts an exceptionally high employee retention rate. He believes this is down to keeping his reps engaged through regular, automatically generated performance reviews through Dixa. “I have really great, engaged reps – and they want to know who they’re doing. Being able to send this email to them on a weekly basis is to say, ‘hey, this is how you’re doing, this is where you are,’ is the part I”m so incredibly excited about.”
The second focus as our partnership continues, is quality assurance. The ‘calibration’ functionality on Dixa’s Quality Assurance was something that wasn’t offered by competitors. Cory’s looking forward to using it more and more as his team grows. hey now have a dedicated quality assurance team lead!.
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