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Three Reasons to Use Visual Language in the Contact Center

Three Reasons to Use Visual Language in the Contact Center

Imagination. Visualization. Insight. These words are part of our verbal language. But more importantly, they suggest just how much humans think in images. When you look at stats on the influence of visual language as a communication vehicle, you start to realize what kind of impact it can have on customer experience. Especially with the rise of digital interaction channels in the contact center.
Voice as a Service Vaas

What is Voice as a Service (VaaS)?

If you’ve been a part of the cloud communications industry over the last 10 years, you’ve no doubt come across the acronym for as-a-service (-aas). This identifier first appeared in the term SaaS (software-as-a-service) and was quickly narrowed down to more specific industry categories such as UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service), CPaaS (Cloud Platform as a Service) and CCaaS (Contact Center as a Service) – of which NICE inContact has become a market leader.
Workforce Management Software withstanding the mandatory Digital Transformation

Can Your Workforce Management Software Withstand the Mandatory Digital Transformation?

To workforce management outsiders, forecasting in a traditional contact center has always been a bit confounding. Erlang C, Box-Jenkins ARMIA, exponential smoothing – oh my! And that was just when we only had basic interaction channels like voice, email, and chat! But as consumer options and expectations for communication have evolved, contact center complexity has increased. So naturally, the complexity of forecasting and scheduling has also increased!

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