iQor, a managed services provider of customer engagement and business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions, announced today its selection of the AmplifAI AI-driven performance enablement platform. This integration is one of iQor’s digital initiatives to increase efficiency and support excellent employee and customer experiences.
AmplifAI’s Performance Enablement and Employee Engagement platform integrates with all internal and client data to develop higher-performing and more engaged frontline associates and leaders. The AI tracks performance and proactively recommends coaching, recognition, and self-learning actions while measuring their effectiveness to further improve outcomes.
By providing access to streamlined data, AmplifAI helps frontline leaders deliver timely, personalized, and efficient employee development and engagement across their teams. AmplifAI enables supervisors to access performance data and AI-driven recommendations through one system that prioritizes actions, key behaviors, and performance indicators (KPI) for iQor’s clients, empowering supervisors to help more frontline employees strengthen specific skills in less time.
AmplifAI enables frontline associates, with their leader’s support, by identifying a specific and measurable goal with a target date to reach it. All workflows within AmplifAI align to that goal so coaches know what to coach and how to coach it. Coaches also use employee development microlearnings on specific topics to reinforce their coaching sessions and provide agents additional guidance.
The impact of these coaching sessions is strengthened through accountability, follow-up, and recognition. AmplifAI generates a high performer persona for agents and then the AI uses the persona to develop personalized coaching and recognition plans for their supervisors. The goal is to focus supervisors on engaging and developing their teams and let AmplifAI handle all of the data analytics and recommendations. AmplifAI has a proprietary coaching effectiveness index model that helps the organization determine where supervisors have challenges in coaching. This Effectiveness Index is key to help us determine how to develop better coaches that have the specific skills necessary to improve their agents.
Moreover, coaching sessions are recorded and automatically linked to the behavior and growth measure so supervisors can reference them, managers can use them to inform coach-the-coach sessions, and peers can access them as a resource for their own development. Built-in accountability ensures agents and supervisors receive the support they need to thrive.