Salmat Virtual Agent reduces costs and improves the productivity of the contact centre, ultimately creating better quality customer service
Kodak Selects RightNow to Deliver Superior Customer Experiences Across the Web, Social Networks and Contact Centre
Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) has selected RightNow (NASDAQ: RNOW) as their standard platform for customer service and support across Kodak.com for its business to business operations. Kodak will standardise on the RightNow CX customer experience suite to deliver superior experiences across all customer and partner interaction points, including web, social networks and contact centre.
The communications needs of every business today, even small businesses, extend well beyond telephony. There's email, voicemail, instant messaging. And many businesses need to operate a contact centre with all that entails. Then there's video and presence, both of which are becoming increasingly important.
3D Networks (Australia), a part of the Planet One group of companies, was last week presented with the Avaya Aura Contact Centre APAC Partner of the Year award, in recognition of its implementations in Australia.
Once upon a time the organisational unit responsible for customer interactions was the call centre. That was when the telephone was the only means of customer communication other than snail-mail. With the proliferation of customer interaction technologies the call centre has morphed into the contact centre, but today, it seems, even that term is no longer adequate.
Nuance and Cyara Solutions Partner to Ensure Successful Deployments of Speech and Voice Biometrics Solutions
Cyara Signs Nuance Network Speech Value Added Reseller Agreement for Australia and New Zealand; Agreement Aimed at Increasing Success of Speech and Voice Biometrics Deployments through Cyara’s Innovative Approach to Application Simulation, Testing and Monitoring.
IPscape, Australia’s true cloud-based contact centre technology provider, has received an $825,000 grant in the latest round of Commercialisation Australia funding.
Cyara Solutions today announced that the New Zealand’s Ministry of Social Development (MSD) has adopted its Pulse product to automatically test the operations of its call centers, removing the need for daily manual testing.
For any small but growing business there will come a time when simply having staff answering calls from customers, making outgoing sales calls, responding to customer emails etc will cease to be adequate and the question will be asked: "Do we need a contact centre?"
SA Contact Centre Professionals celebrate individual and centre excellence at the ATA SA State Awards