How Social Customer Service is Changing the Culture at ComcastPosted on October 14, 2011 by Brian Solis in Business & Marketing
Comcast and service are two words that have been closely aligned and analyzed since Frank Eliason initiated the @ComcastCares program on Twitter. Eliason built a new channel for engaging customers to solve their problems. More importantly, he also developed a new infrastructure at Comcast to learn from their experiences. Frank has since joined CITI, but before his departure, he solidified the future of @ComcastCares by placing it in the hands of Bill Gerth and Kip Wetzel. Under the direction of Gerth and Wetzel, Comcast’s social customer service program continues to develop a culture of customer-centricity. At the same time, the team is leading internal efforts to transform products, processes, and services to not just respond to negative experiences, but also improve them to eliminate problems in the future.
Kip Wetzel, Sr. Director Social Media Servicing & Strategy, Comcast joins (R)evolution to share Comcast’s vision for service and why customer service becomes a key that unlocks a new generation of customer relationships.