Contact centers are complex and delivering quality voice and chat interactions is among one of the most challenging initiatives out there. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some relatively simple.
The world as we have known has definitely changed a lot this year, and with these changes also came new challenges for businesses seeking to engage with their customers across, in many case, new.
In a season when many were forced to trade watercooler chatter at the office with Slack messages and company lunches with Zoom happy hours, many businesses have been surprised by the consistent and.
For some, the switch to work-from-home sounded like an opportunity to make some serious routine upgrades—who didn’t mind trading the office’s K-cups for some whipped coffee? Commutes went from 20.
The adoption of AI in the contact center has long been a topic of discussion. With spikes in call volume due to the COVID-19 virus and accompanying global pandemic , businesses are now looking to.
We’ve shared just how critical a well-tuned IVR system is. After all, your customers consider your inbound contact center to be as much a representative of your organization as your storefront or.
AI is redefining the customer experience and organizations are investing in implementations that support deeper uses for AI and NLP to enhance customer service and reduce costs. There are three key.
Consumer and business behaviors have shifted dramatically and will continue to change day-to-day. The good news, and yes- there is good news, is that change creates opportunity. Businesses who invest.
The current, global challenges in managing the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many customer care organizations to transition to a remote workforce while, at the same time, experiencing significant.