Are you interested in how artificial intelligence (AI) might impact your contact center?
The hype cycle for AI is nearing its peak. But before you rush to deploy an AI tool, let’s separate fact from fiction. What are the practical benefits of AI today? What kind of challenges arise from automation? What are the underlying technologies at play?
In this e-book, we will answer these questions and more. We will examine AI from a pragmatic lens and offer suggestions to minimize costs and maximize returns.
An empowered agent workforce that delivers amazing customer experiences makes the
difference when customer loyalty is on the line.
There is a strong link between customer experience, customer loyalty, and business
profitability. That’s why organizations in every industry strive to deliver experiences that
Where is your organization today and how can you lead the digital transformation of
customer experience in a way that truly empowers contact center agents to deliver the kind
of service that will grow revenue and increase word of mouth about your brand?
In this paper, we’ll explore four ways to help you achieve this goal.
If you’re already operating a cloud contact center, you may skip this section and jump
to the Intelligent Cloud Contact Center below. But, if you’re still on-prem and starting to
wonder and envision just what a cloud contact center could do for you, here are some
things to consider.
Today’s consumers are loyal not to organizations, but to the experience they have –
moment by moment – with an organization. That means loyalty is always based on the
Dimension Data reports that 88 percent of companies believe customer experience (CX)
is a competitive differentiator.1
At the forefront of this is customer care.
Cloud contact center has been a hot topic in the industry for some time, but moving your contact center to the cloud is no small decision. We understand that migrating your contact center is not something to jump into without considerable due diligence.
We also know from our experience working with leading brands, however, that moving the contact center to the cloud pays off and is fast becoming the only way for an organization to embrace the advancements in self-service, intelligent routing and agent assistance that artificial intelligence (AI) will soon deliver. This paper is designed to help evaluate your current contact center as you consider a move to the cloud. Our goal, as always, is to enable you to deliver exceptional customer experiences, and we are here to assist you at every step as you transition to the cloud.
It’s become abundantly clear that the cloud is no longer the future— but the new normal. Enterprises rely on cloud computing for web-based meetings, email, file sharing, and more every day to reduce costs and administrative burdens while enhancing productivity.
With the wealth of benefits to be gained by moving to the cloud—including speed of deployment, cost-efficiencies, and easy scaling—it’s no wonder the shift toward all things virtual has been so pervasive and swift. What’s more, as the cloud has matured, the potential drawbacks that once made enterprises hesitant to make the move are disappearing. Security is now robust, application integration happens with ease, and reliability is a given, not a question mark.
So now that the cloud has become not just viable, but essential, to stay competitive in a rapidly changing world, it’s time to explore how the cloud can significantly improve your contact center operations and guest experiences. This paper will provide one compelling r
Today’s organizations compete on customer experience
and this trend will define the shape and scope of contact
centers well into the next decade. To deliver the level of
seamless experiences that customers expect, contact
centers will need to harness all the advantages technology
can offer – specifically, the cloud – to create an “intelligent
cloud contact center” that utilizes machine learning and
real-time data analysis.
So, step one is to move your contact center to the cloud. ASAP.
Once you are operating a cloud contact center, the next step is to start leveraging everything this enables you to do. This is where the “Intelligent Cloud Contact Center” comes into play.”
Cloud contact center has been a hot topic in the industry
for some time, but moving your enterprise contact center
to the cloud is no small decision. We understand that
migrating your contact center is not something to jump
into without considerable due diligence.
Customer experience drives the success of your
organization. Awesome systems for onboarding
customers and supporting them can certainly establish
an initial relationship, but what happens when something
goes wrong or the systems in place get in the way of
helping the customer?
Are you interested in how artificial intelligence (AI) might
impact your contact center?
The hype cycle for AI is nearing its peak. But before you rush to
deploy an AI tool, let’s separate fact from fiction. What are the
practical benefits of AI today? What kind of challenges arise from
automation? What are the underlying technologies at play?
In this e-book, we will answer these questions and more.
We will examine AI from a pragmatic lens and offer suggestions
to minimize costs and maximize returns.
NJ 2-1-1 is a free phone number and online database that connects New Jersey residents quickly and effectively to community resources and emergency information. It is part of a growing national model that provides 190 million Americans in all 50 states.
Six out of ten contact centers projected to have a cloud-based contact center deployed by the end of 2013. Why? Ultimately, because it will help them be more responsive to their customers, without the prohibitive costs of carrying enough premise-based technology to cover demand spikes.
In this concise analysis of two recent contact center executive surveys, Aberdeen Group analysts discuss how cloud-based infrastructure enables contact centers to excel in key activities including center activity reporting, agent performance feedback and more.
Published By: Conversica
Published Date: Nov 10, 2015
In “Best Practices for Sales Development: Turning Leads into Opportunities,” Conversica and Five9, a cloud contact center software firm, share real-world metrics, strategies and resources for businesses ready to evolve to the next stage.
In this report, we’ll examine the strategy of migrating from premises- to cloud-based contact center software solutions—why it makes sense for some organizations, what to consider, and how a few real-world migration efforts have fared.
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