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ALSO CALLED: WFM, Job Scheduling
DEFINITION: The balancing of work factors, such as optimal staff levels, anticipated workloads, campaign timetables, resource availability and technological capability, all while considering elements such as agent preferences and unexpected absences.
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Customer Experience Exchange E-Zine: Issue 3
sponsored by SearchCRM
EZINE: In this third edition of the Customer Experience Exchange e-zine, Chris Maxcer delves into world of incorporating team-building activities into contact center agents' schedules, Vangie Beal discusses Dell's six-year investment in social media and Anna Fiorentino writes about why customer loyalty has dipped nearly 10%.
Posted: 20 Mar 2012 | Published: 20 Mar 2012

SearchCRM

What If Any Agent Could Take Any Call?
sponsored by KANA
WHITE PAPER: Good customer service involves leveraging policies, people, and technology to answer customer questions and solve problems with accuracy, speed, and consistency. Check out this paper for tips on how to relieve customer service pain points and get your agents able to answer calls with ease, and keep customers coming back time and time again.
Posted: 22 Jun 2012 | Published: 22 Jun 2012

KANA

Making WFM Work: Best Practices and ROI Model
sponsored by Calabrio, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: There has been tremendous innovation in contact center workforce management (WFM) over the past three years, with new vendors and offerings entering the scene. Find out how the new generation of WFM solutions are easier to use, improve agent satisfaction, enhance customer experience and cut costs.
Posted: 31 Jan 2012 | Published: 24 Jan 2012

Calabrio, Inc.

Pros and cons of WFM in the call center
sponsored by Infor WFM Workbrain
EGUIDE: The market for workforce management (WFM) software in the contact center saw double-digit growth last year, but the technology still needs work, according to experts. In this e-guide you’ll explore the pros and cons of WFM.
Posted: 09 Jan 2012 | Published: 05 Jan 2012

Infor WFM Workbrain

Making WFM Work: Best Practices and ROI Model
sponsored by Calabrio, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: There has been tremendous innovation in contact center WFM over the past three years, with new vendors and offerings entering the scene. Find out how the new generation of WFM solutions are easier to use, improve agent satisfaction, enhance customer experience and cut costs.
Posted: 22 Jun 2011 | Published: 22 Jun 2011

Calabrio, Inc.

CRM Buyer’s Guide – 2011 Edition
sponsored by SearchCRM
EBOOK: Welcome to SearchCRM.com’s Buyer’s Guide. This directory was designed to be a valuable resource for those getting started with research or evaluating vendors in the CRM market.
Posted: 02 Jun 2011 | Published: 02 Jun 2011

SearchCRM

Extra Space Storage Dials Up Sales with inContact & Salesforce CRM
sponsored by inContact
CASE STUDY: This paper describes the benefits Extra Space Storage experienced by combining inContact’s on-demand platform and integrated with customer CRM software from salesforce.com. Read on to learn more about these benefits and learn how your company can experience the same results.
Posted: 11 Oct 2010 | Published: 11 Oct 2010

inContact

Eight Essential Steps: Moving the Contact Center Beyond Operational Efficiency to Business Effectiveness
sponsored by Aspect
WHITE PAPER: This paper explains how to move the contact center beyond operational efficiency to business effectiveness and provides best practices employed by businesses that already operate their contact centers as profit centers and touching on the technology that makes it possible. Read on to learn how to transform your contact center into a profit center.
Posted: 10 Aug 2010 | Published: 10 Aug 2010

Aspect

Integrated vs. Unified: Five Reasons Why Contact Centers Must Get Unified
sponsored by Aspect
WHITE PAPER: This paper presents the main differences between integrated and unified contact centers, and gives five reasons why it is imperative for contact centers to adapt a unified solution. Read on to learn how adopting such a solution can increase productivity, decrease costs, and enhance the customer experience, thereby increasing customer loyalty.
Posted: 10 Aug 2010 | Published: 10 Aug 2010

Aspect

Seven Things to Consider When Developing a Unified Communications (UC) Strategy
sponsored by Aspect
WHITE PAPER: UC can increase revenue and enhance customer relationships all while reducing costs, but developing a UC strategy can seem like a daunting task. In light of this, this paper outlines 7 things organizations should consider as they begin to develop a UC strategy. Read on to learn some helpful hints and strategies to ensure a successful UC deployment.
Posted: 10 Aug 2010 | Published: 10 Aug 2010

Aspect

Keeping Pace with the Consumer: What you Need to Deliver a Next-Generation Customer Experience
sponsored by Aspect
WHITE PAPER: This paper outlines key capabilities and top-line technical requirements to consider as you engage with IT to determine the best path forward to meet your customers’ demands. Continue reading to learn tips and techniques to keep pace with the consumer and deliver a next-generations customer experience.
Posted: 10 Aug 2010 | Published: 10 Aug 2010

Aspect

E-Book: The Executive’s Guide to Contact Center Technology Planning
sponsored by inContact
EBOOK: In this e-book learn about emerging contact center technology trends and newer options like self-service technology, analytics and Web 2.0. Find out about 10 must-have technologies for the contemporary contact center. Learn how to select the best technology to meet your needs, and read expert advice for setting up contact center technology.
Posted: 12 May 2010 | Published: 12 May 2010

inContact

Finally, a Simple Way to Deploy a Customer Contact Center
sponsored by Contactual (Now 8x8, Inc.)
WHITE PAPER: The goal of customer interaction is to provide consistent and efficient service across all areas of customer contact channels. In this paper we examine two alternatives: building a contact center in-house versus using an online service such as Contactual OnDemand Contact Center to interact efficiently with customers.
Posted: 11 Feb 2010 | Published: 11 Feb 2010

Contactual (Now 8x8, Inc.)
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