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Ivan Kotzev

Ivan is NelsonHall's Customer Experience (CX) Services lead analyst, with global responsibility for CX Services research and client support.

Ivan is responsible for CX Services research globally. He covers CX Services research in the areas of transformation, delivery, and vertical capabilities. Ivan has been part of NelsonHall's analyst team since 2015, providing comprehensive and in-depth coverage of CX Services markets in the world. He assists both buy-side and vendor organizations in assessing opportunities and supplier capability across CX Services.

His current project is CX Operations Transformation.

Prior to joining NelsonHall, Ivan worked for seven years in customer experience operations and project management for telecom, BPS, and new economy companies in Eastern Europe, U.S., and India. Ivan holds a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications from American University in Bulgaria and an MBA from Duke University, North Carolina. Currently residing in London with his family, Ivan enjoys city breaks, cinema, and wine tasting.

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    • Shifts in Mobility are Reshaping CX: CSS Corp’s SMART Mobility Practice

      May 12, 2021, by Ivan Kotzev

        2020 further accelerated transformative trends in the mobility space. Changes include electric vehicle adoption and the shift to mobility as a service and mobility on demand. Auto manufacturers, car rental firms, ridesharing providers, and public transport operations are all responding[...]

    • Five CX Services Trends in 2021

      Jan 13, 2021, by Ivan Kotzev

        2020 was a very disruptive year for CX services, marked by supply problems in the first half and a massive shift to WAH. It also proved to clients the key role of their CX services suppliers and the major benefits of outsourcing. The year started several trends and accelerate multiple [...]

    • Gig Work: From Stopgap to Pillar of WNS’ CX Services Model

      Dec 15, 2020, by Ivan Kotzev

        In a year when the U.S. stock market pushed to a record high, the U.K. had its worst recession in 300 years, and entire sectors shut down for weeks, business planning has become less reliable while demand fluctuates unexpectedly and inconsistently. The supporting industry of CX service[...]

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