New Zealand's Contact Center Outsourcing Services Market, Forecast to 2025

New Zealand's Contact Center Outsourcing Services Market, Forecast to 2025

Demand for Deeper Customer Engagement and Enhanced Lifecycle Capabilities will Transform the Outsourcing Market

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17-Mar-2020
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 4L74-01-00-00-00
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Contact center outsourcing offers businesses several advantages such as cost savings, business flexibility, and access to skilled talent, the best-in-class technology, and a mix of locations and delivery models. Also, outsourcing helps reduce the cost and risk exposure to businesses, and protects companies from industry, economic, and political uncertainties, thus allowing companies to be more flexible and responsive to the changing economic and market conditions.

As customer interaction is rapidly shifting from traditional channels to digital channels, the multi-channel customer experience has become a strategic priority. Contact centers are heavily investing in the omni-channel infrastructure to deliver non-voice services through digital channels including email, webchat, and social media among others. Artificial intelligence-powered chatbots are becoming more popular, as they have the potential to eliminate the heavy dependence of the contact center industry on human labor.

With digital transformation, contact centers will benefit from the collection of large datasets based on customer interaction; businesses can convert this data into useful feedback for their agents. Contact centers are investing heavily in analytics programs to build real-time dashboards with statistics to help call agents and managers get real-time updates on customer experiences.

In the wake of these changes, New Zealand’s contact center outsourcing market is transforming. In 2018, New Zealand reported 4.0% in growth, and is expected to cross $200.9 million by 2025.

Domestic outsourcing contributes the largest portion of the market. New Zealand’s typical contact center outsourcing clients are based in the country or in Australia. Most of the offshore revenue is generated from serving the Australian market.

The offshore segment is constantly facing challenges from other regional markets, such as the Philippines and India, due to their cost-effective offerings and vast resources of highly-skilled labor. South Africa and Malaysia are emerging as the new English-speaking markets and could provide significant competition to New Zealand and Australian clients.

This study provides forecasts for the contact center outsourcing market by industry vertical, namely banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), consumer retail, information and communication technology, telecommunications, travel and hospitality, and others.

The top contributing sectors towards market revenue in 2018 were BFSI, telecom, and technology. Retail and technology are poised to be the fastest growing sectors during the forecast period.

This study also highlights the contact center market revenue based on domestic outsourcing and offshore outsourcing forecasts. It covers market sizing based on forecasts for seats for 2014–2025. Various market drivers and restraints along with their impact on short- and long-term growth of the market are also discussed in this study.

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Contact center outsourcing offers businesses several advantages such as cost savings, business flexibility, and access to skilled talent, the best-in-class technology, and a mix of locations and delivery models. Also, outsourcing helps reduce the cost and risk exposure to businesses, and protects companies from industry, economic, and political uncertainties, thus allowing companies to be more flexible and responsive to the changing economic and market conditions. As customer interaction is rapidly shifting from traditional channels to digital channels, the multi-channel customer experience has become a strategic priority. Contact centers are heavily investing in the omni-channel infrastructure to deliver non-voice services through digital channels including email, webchat, and social media among others. Artificial intelligence-powered chatbots are becoming more popular, as they have the potential to eliminate the heavy dependence of the contact center industry on human labor. With digital transformation, contact centers will benefit from the collection of large datasets based on customer interaction; businesses can convert this data into useful feedback for their agents. Contact centers are investing heavily in analytics programs to build real-time dashboards with statistics to help call agents and managers get real-time updates on customer experiences. In the wake of these changes, New Zealand’s contact center outsourcing market is transforming. In 2018, New Zealand reported 4.0% in growth, and is expected to cross $200.9 million by 2025. Domestic outsourcing contributes the largest portion of the market. New Zealand’s typical contact center outsourcing clients are based in the country or in Australia. Most of the offshore revenue is generated from serving the Australian market. The offshore segment is constantly facing challenges from other regional markets, such as the Philippines and India, due to their cost-effective offerings and vast resources of highly-skilled labor. South Africa and Malaysia are emerging as the new English-speaking markets and could provide significant competition to New Zealand and Australian clients. This study provides forecasts for the contact center outsourcing market by industry vertical, namely banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), consumer retail, information and communication technology, telecommunications, travel and hospitality, and others. The top contributing sectors towards market revenue in 2018 were BFSI, telecom, and technology. Retail and technology are poised to be the fastest growing sectors during the forecast period. This study also highlights the contact center market revenue based on domestic outsourcing and offshore outsourcing forecasts. It covers market sizing based on forecasts for seats for 2014–2025. Various market drivers and restraints along with their impact on short- and long-term growth of the market are also discussed in this study.
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