SentiSum automates support ticket tagging, team-based routing and ticket prioritisation. Get customer insights at scale and implement new workflows to boost productivity.
"I can now easily show the rest of the company what's driving customer contact and together we can drive positive change. It's exciting."
Director of Customer Service, +$50m revenue fast-growth company
SentiSum's core technology is a machine-learning based NLP engine.
It's designed to uncover ticket tag insights that are:
1/ Accurate: It tags based on meaning, not keywords.
2/ Granular: It applies topics at a root cause level.
3/ Up-to-date: It surfaces new and trending issues.
You can trust them to underpin strategic change across your business.
P.s. We cover almost every language and contact channel (even voice).
Automatically tag every ticket with topic, sentiment and priority. Use our tagging customer care automation to uncover granular insights, reduce ticket volume and remove repetitive tasks for agents.
There's no longer any need to rely on customer's self-tagging or an agent manually tagging tickets. Blast through queues by getting requests in the right inbox automatically, in real-time.
Prioritisation is an important customer care automation to have in your belt. Not every customer request is equal, and with sentiment analytics-powered prioritisation, you'll know which tickets are most important automatically.
Tickets can often get lost in a large queue, with SentiSum's prioritisation automation you'll never miss important tickets. In fact, you'll significantly reduce first response time to those tickets.
Most tagging systems take a lot of manual work or the insights can't be trusted to back up business decisions. Usually tags are inaccurate, inconsistent or generic, so customer support is like a black box.
SentiSum is a single source of truth. In one simple-to-use dashboard, you'll understand the topic and sentiment of every customer conversation, survey and review.
It can be difficult to know which customer service requests to prioritize when you're bogged down in the day-to-day of contact centre life. However, by following a few first principles, it can be easier than you think.
Some people suggest 'first come, first serve', but that's too simplistic (and isn't really a prioritisation strategy' at all). We suggest categorising tickets in three ways: urgency, sentiment, and importance to the business.
Urgent requests are 'customer driven' in that they are requests that are time-sensitive to the customer. If a customer is about to catch a train and doesn't know where it is, you should prioritise that customer request above a refund request, for example.
Sentiment prioritisation places particularly angry or upset customers top of the list. Those customers are at a high risk of leaving you, spreading bad reviews and associating your brand with negativity, and should be prioritised accordingly.
Finally, we have 'importance to your business'. By pulling disparate data together, it's easy to see that some complaints, tickets and request topics are more closely associated with churn—i.e. a customer leaving your business never to return. Tackle those first to directly impact your bottom line.