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  • 6 Ways How Contact Center Technologies Enhance Service Delivery in Government Sectors (+ Some Real-life Examples!)

    by Erina Suzuki | Sep 29, 2022, 03:12 PM

    Government entities are typically the first point of contact for the public to keep communities and their citizens informed. As a result, they receive a flood of inquiries and requests. Fortunately, contact center technologies can support and simplify these tasks.


  • 3 Ways to Improve Efficiency in Your Contact Center

    by Shaundalee Carvalho | Sep 14, 2022, 01:00 PM

    Suppose an organization had unlimited resources. They would be able to hire as many contact center agents as they needed to ensure that no customers ever had to deal with long wait times or poor service. Unfortunately, such organizations don’t exist. All organizations face resource constraints. Therefore, they need to optimize the use of the resources they have. The following 3 improvements can drastically improve an organization’s efficiencies, decreasing customer wait times and improving service. Read on to find out how you can implement these efficiencies in your organization.


  • The 9 Best Questions to Ask When Evaluating Contact Center Vendors to Avoid Hidden Fees

    by Shaundalee Carvalho | Jun 13, 2022, 09:02 AM

    Everyone knows that great customer service is important to any business. Naturally, that means that the contact center you use for customer service is an important decision to make. With so many options out there, and the pressure of knowing your organization’s customer service depends on it, it can be a tough decision. The process can be complicated and time-consuming, so it can be especially disappointing when you think you’ve found the perfect solution, only to realize that there are hidden fees that will make it cost more than expected.


  • Here's How Technology Can Solve 4 Major Operational Problems in Healthcare

    by Shaundalee Carvalho | May 6, 2022, 04:20 PM

    In a society heavily impacted by a recent global pandemic, hospitals have been under a strain unlike any seen before in our lifetime. With this and the day-to-day strains of staff shortages and an aging population, the healthcare industry needs all the help it can get. That’s where technology comes in. In addition to the obvious ways that technology can help, like advances in tools for diagnostics and patient care, there are plenty of ways that technology can be of assistance in an administrative or operational capacity. Read on for four operational problems faced by the healthcare industry that technology can help to solve.


  • Workforce Management: Your New Secret Weapon

    by Shaundalee Carvalho | Apr 22, 2022, 03:13 PM

    Balancing the best interests of your customers, your agents, and your organization, all while trying to avoid over-complicating your own role as the contact center manager, can be difficult. In fact, it may seem near impossible at times. But if you’ve ever wished for a tool that could make everyone happy, you’re in luck: Integrating a workforce management (WFM) solution into your contact center provides significant benefits to customers, agents, the contact center manager, and the organization!

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Here's How Technology Can Solve 4 Major Operational Problems in Healthcare

In a society heavily impacted by a recent global pandemic, hospitals have been under a strain unlike any seen before in our lifetime. With this and the day-to-day strains of staff shortages and an aging population, the healthcare industry needs...
6 Ways How Contact Center Technologies Enhance Service Delivery in Government Sectors (+ Some Real-life Examples!)

Government entities are typically the first point of contact for the public to keep communities and their citizens informed. As a result, they receive a flood of inquiries and requests. Fortunately, contact center technologies can support and simplify these tasks....
3 Ways to Improve Efficiency in Your Contact Center

Suppose an organization had unlimited resources. They would be able to hire as many contact center agents as they needed to ensure that no customers ever had to deal with long wait times or poor service. Unfortunately, such organizations don’t...