A few short decades ago handling the daily communications and operations of the workplace was completely different.READ MORE >>
This year’s inContact User Conference (ICUC) is almost one month away and we want to prepare you for the extensive learning opportunities, networking and fun that are about to take place! ICUC is consistently an industry standout and this year is no exception. The lineup of distinguished speakers, exceptional training sessions, and hands-on workshops will provide you with instrumental tools to lead your organization into the future. While you are surrounded by colleagues, product experts and industry peers, you will expand your knowledge of inContact solutions, develop your technical training skills and learn contact center best practices.READ MORE >>
Guest blog post from our friends at SpiceCSM.
According to Gartner’s report, Bridge Silos of Customer Engagement, or Risk Killing Your customer Experience, “Customer engagement is frequently delivered in silos, even though this is a known, significant customer experience issue. While the silos generally can’t be knocked down, … they can be bridged at three critical points: user experience, process and data”. The traditional contact center organization has the greatest opportunity to transform its silos into the enterprise epicenter for customer interaction. Capabilities such as automation, analytics, workflow and verification have the ability to transform agent, customer and enterprise operations.READ MORE >>
A company’s culture is a lot like a farmer’s soil, it’s the foundation from which all of your results grow. A farmer who tries to farm less-than-fertile soil would have a difficult time trying to produce a quality crop. In much the same way, if your company culture has a negative impact on your employees, it will be that much more difficult for you to produce positive business results. While there are a few examples of great culture in the contact center world, there are just as many or more examples of notoriously bad company cultures. Most contact centers fall somewhere in the middle ground.READ MORE >>