Genesys Acquires Brazilian WFO Provider Voran Tecnologia
The acquisition brings workforce optimization, quality monitoring, and home-based agent monitoring to Genesys Prime offerings.
Posted Dec 3, 2013
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Genesys, a provider of customer experience and contact center solutions, has acquired Voran Tecnologia, a provider of workforce optimization (WFO) as a service in Brazil.

The company last year acquired LM Sistemas, a Brazilian provider of customer self-service applications. Voran further strengthens the Genesys presence in Brazil by adding cloud-based quality monitoring solutions that complement the current Genesys Prime cloud offering, which enables companies to deliver persona-based branded customer interactions over voice, SMS, email, and mobile.

Voran has fielded more than 100,000 active seats of Tephra, its flagship workforce management solution. More recently, Voran has added a full set of managed services targeting workforce management, quality monitoring, and home-based agent monitoring. The company brings more than 80 clients to Genesys and has a strong presence in transportation, healthcare, and insurance that extends Genesys Prime's market position to new verticals.

"By adding Voran Tecnologia's solutions to the Genesys Prime portfolio, we offer the Brazilian market the most complete and innovative contact center solution available from a single vendor from the cloud," said Alexandre Bichir, managing director of Genesys Prime, in a statement. "For Brazilian companies this provides the opportunity to differentiate their customer experience with integrated, multichannel offerings that are easy to deploy and manage."

With these new offers, Genesys Prime will have a complete end-to-end cloud-based customer experience solution for the Brazilian market that includes contact center planning, self-service, interactive voice response, SMS, chat, mobile, call recording, quality monitoring, workforce optimization, and business intelligence.

"Joining Genesys to bring our solutions to its rapidly growing community provides tremendous opportunity to enhance customer satisfaction," said Rouman Ziemkiewicz, president and CEO of Voran Tecnologia, in a statement. "This combination will enable us to deliver a world-class portfolio of services and solutions to our current and future customers."

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