AI/IoT/Analytics, Service Excellence

It’s Time For Service Transformation: What Can EMC Customers Expect?

Mary Cay Kosten By Mary Cay Kosten Senior Vice President, Dell Technologies Services Operations June 16, 2015

In this post, I chat with my colleague, Chris Scollo, about how EMC plans to transform the customer service experience.  The future is more proactive and predictive, and will heavily leverage big data. What is EMC planning? How can customers prepare to take advantage of the new capabilities as they become available? View my post and we would love to hear your ideas.

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Mary Cay Kosten

About Mary Cay Kosten

Senior Vice President, Dell Technologies Services Operations

Mary Cay leads a team of 1400 professionals that provide operational support to the Dell Technologies Services organization. Her team is responsible for driving operational excellence and implementing innovations across Dell Technologies Services. This includes areas such as eServices & Knowledge Management, Program and Change Management, Business Services, Remote Support Contact Center Operations, Command Center, Process Engineering and Data Sciences, Data Enablement and Analytics, and the Global Centers of Excellence.

Kosten has over 30 years of experience in service and supplier management, with a proven track record in building outstanding service delivery organizations. Prior to joining Dell EMC, she was Vice President of global customer services delivery for Oracle/Sun Microsystems, responsible for delivering all elements of Sun Microsystems’ support services.

Under her leadership, Sun achieved the prestigious J.D. Power Certified Technology Service and Support (CTSS) Award for "An Outstanding Customer Service Experience," the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) Award for Excellence in Service Operations, and Sun was inducted into the STAR Awards Hall of Fame.  

Kosten is a 2008 recipient of the Denver Business Journal's Outstanding Women in Business (High Tech and Telecommunications) Award and a 2006 recipient of the Silicon Valley YWCA Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) Award. She also is on the Advisory Board for TSIA’s Field Services discipline.

She holds an MS degree in systems management from the University of Southern California and a BS in marketing from the University of West Florida.

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