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Category: Contact Center Management

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Best Cloud Contact Center Software

Everything You Need to Know About Finding the Best Cloud Contact Center Software

Selecting contact center software is kind of like choosing a house to buy - you want to get it right because it's a big investment and you know you'll have to live with the decision for a while. Just like you don't want to move into your new house and be unpleasantly surprised, you don't want to implement your new software only to find it has some significant shortcomings. To land your dream home, you need to know exactly what features you want and keep looking until you find it. The same is true when searching for the best cloud contact center software for your organization.
COVID-19’s Impact on Contact Centers has Leaders Rethinking Strategy, Technology and Business Continuity Plans

COVID-19’s Impact on Contact Centers has Leaders Rethinking Strategy, Technology and Business Continuity Plans

The rise of COVID-19 has prompted many contact centers to embrace remote working amid stay-at-home orders and concern for employees’ health and safety. Indeed, the pandemic is, among many things, a massive experiment in telecommuting as the outbreak accelerates a trend towards a remote workforce, possibly for the long term. But that isn’t the only thing that’s on the mind of contact center leaders.
Call center agent uses CXone to work from home.

In Pre-pandemic Crises, Contact Centers Have Long Relied on CXone

Disaster planning and recovery, business continuity, working remotely and now, working from home. As these terms increasingly dominate the vernacular around business operations and preparedness, a diverse community of companies and organizations are finding that NICE inContact's CXone cloud contact center platform enables them to meet disaster-related challenges in ways they never thought possible.
contact center agent remains productive while working from home

By the Numbers, Keys to Restoring Team Productivity

Last week, I noticed headlines announcing yet another business that’s decided it “won’t reopen half its offices after pandemic, amid restructuring and work-from-home success”. Maybe that’s not so shocking, though, considering that work-from-home contact center agents have an 80% better retention rate than those working out of a physical call center (according to a recent ICMI benchmark study on agent experience).
Calling on Coronavirus Preparing the contact center for a pandemic

Uncertainty or crisis? Preparing the contact center for the unknown

Most of the world has its eyes on the news about coronavirus and its potential business and human impact, and there is uncertainty and potential for disruption in the coming weeks. In order to maintain business operations, organizations are looking to rapidly prepare for the challenges today and will want to prepare ahead for the possibility of these events as part of their disaster recovery, just as they would for natural disasters.