Consult this expert e-guide to uncover how you can provide customer support across multiple communication channels. Assisting customers efficiently is imperative to the reputation of your business. This e-guide covers best practices for managing multiple channels, so you can prepare for communication from every angle.
Choosing between a hosted or on-premises model -- or a blend of the two -- is the first step to modernizing customer relationship management systems today. Inside, explore the key differences between a hosted and an on-premises contact center.
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.
This exclusive resource discusses the critical role that contact centers play in driving customer satisfaction and how your organization can ensure that your contact centers provide customers with the experience that they desire.
Today, the majority of North American contact centers today are supported by premise-based contact center and telephony systems. But there's another money-saving option for contact centers: third-party owned and operated hosted services. Before you decide which model to use, there's another factor you should consider: Total cost of ownership (TCO).
This case study reveals how Canadian insurer ICBC built a flexible, cutting-edge contact center as a key part of its customer-centric strategy, enabling the company to improve routing flexibility, increase customer satisfaction, and more.
Failing to adopt a customer service strategy for mobile devices could put your business at a serious disadvantage. Gartner research suggests that 80% of companies will suffer revenue loss from the lack of customer support on mobile devices by 2013. Read this paper to learn how to utilize the opportunities mobility offers customer service.
IT departments are constantly seeking ways to move applications, data and services to the cloud. Yet, UC has remained in-house and on premises longer. But, over the years, managed UC services have come a long way to create a solid set of benefits that may convince business leaders to reconsider. In our expert guide, dive into 4 of those benefits.