Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Service (formerly Oracle Service Cloud)
Oracle Service is an omnichannel engagement center in the B2C space. My clients use Oracle Service for enhanced self-service by leveraging features like Oracle Knowledge and Oracle Knowledge Advanced. They also use it to enable features like chat, telephony, email, and incident management. Oracle B2C comes with a customer portal and a new browser-based agent interface that can perform omnichannel functions. It has also been integrated with the other CX products for having a better understanding of customers, facilitating a customer 360.
- Oracle Service helped deflect phone calls to the call center, helping reduce the cost of manning and maintaining call centers.
- It provided customers with instant answers through a well-seeded knowledge base resulting in instant customer gratification.
- It helped us understand our customers better through surveys.
Oracle Service is the best fit for companies already using other Oracle products. Though Salesforce Service Cloud is equally good in most aspects, Oracle is once again an ecosystem of products like Oracle EBS where seamless integration is possible. Most of our clients were already Oracle shops and Oracle Service seemed to fit better into the ecosystem. Oracle Service seemed relatively cheaper for most of my clients.
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Oracle Service is particularly suited for creating an enhanced self-service experience. Various kinds of portals all the way from repair portals, to portals, and to visa processing can be built on it. It is great to use in areas where it is needed to constantly communicate with the customer. Though the platform can do any function with huge customizations, it is better to use it for providing customer/self-service alone.