Category: Omnichannel

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with modern customer service management software everyone wins

With modern customer service management software, everyone wins

Software that can benefit customers, employees, and businesses, sounds a little too good to be true, but that's exactly what modern customer service management software is capable of. Companies are fighting battles to win and keep customers based on the experiences they provide, and using the right software in their contact centers could give them the competitive edge needed to win.
4 Important Roles the Best Cloud Call Center Software Plays in the Customer Journey

4 Important Roles the Best Cloud Call Center Software Plays in the Customer Journey

Contact centers are a critical touchpoint that can make or break a customer journey. Having the best cloud call center software can ensure this particular part of the journey is smooth sailing rather than rough seas. We explore the critical role contact centers play in customer journeys and how the best cloud call center software can ensure this particular touchpoint offers frictionless service.
Whats New in the 2020 Survey of Business Global CX Transformation

What’s New in the 2020 Survey of Business: Global CX Transformation

Major transformations in customer experience and the contact center are well underway and accelerating this year such that businesses risk increases for companies being left behind by more agile competitors. The results are in from the latest survey of global customer experience leaders in the 2020 NICE inContact CX Transformation Benchmark, Business Wave. This year’s survey turned up key trends in digital transformation in customer service channels, self-service channels, artificial intelligence and social media.
Refresh Your Quality Monitoring Program with these 15 Best Practices

Refresh Your Quality Monitoring Program with these 15 Best Practices

In today's experience economy, quality is more important than ever. Consumers are much less tolerant of low quality customer service experiences. On the flip side, they'll reward exceptional customer experiences (CX) with more purchases and referrals. Under these circumstances, contact centers can't afford to have agents who are indifferent about or resentful of quality improvement efforts.