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Complete Beginners Guide to Outbound Call Centers

Complete Beginner’s Guide to Outbound Call Centers

An outbound call center is a customer service or sales operation that makes outgoing calls to customers or prospects. It's staffed with specially trained agents who work on-site, remotely, or may work for a business process outsourcer (BPO). Outbound call centers require unique technology, KPIs, and compliance requirements.
Digital Customer Service Is More Than Just A Channel

Digital Customer Service Is More Than Just A Channel

NICE inContact CXone has all your needs covered, from 30+ channels, to digital-ready workforce management and quality management, all under one hood with one seamless experience. That way you can spent less time worrying how to execute your digital transformation, and more time wowing your customers and engaging your agents.
ECSI and CXone

With CXone Technology, ECSI ‘Acts Like the Big Guys’

The story of student loan servicer ECSI is a story of partnership and the sense of a higher mission, one of providing support to colleges and universities and of helping young people and their families navigate financial issues they may be encountering for the first time. It’s a story of building relationships and providing services in meaningful ways to constituents who need them. Above all, ECSI’s story is one of a small business able to perform like a much larger one—all while continuing to grow and provide exceptional experiences with every interaction.
2020 Planning: Answers to overcoming budget objections, improving experiences and specialization

2020 Planning: Answers to Overcoming Budget Objections, Improving Experiences and Specialization

We’ve just concluded 2020 Planning for Uncertain Times – Practical Tips for Contact Center Leaders, a great webinar series where our speakers discussed the can’t miss investments that you should be making. What I truly enjoyed was the engagement of our audience. Their participation in the Q&A gave speakers the opportunity to address a great deal of questions. There were so many questions that we ran out of time to address them. So without further ado, here are the responses to the 3 questions we did not get to: