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LiveOps, Inc.
555 Twin Dolphin Dr. Suite 400
Redwood Shores CA 94065
United States

PH: (800) 411-4700
Visit their Web site: www.liveops.com
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LiveOps is the global leader in cloud contact center and customer service solutions. More than 350 companies around the world, including Salesforce.com, Symantec, Royal Mail Group, Ideal Living, and Amway New Zealand trust LiveOps’ technology to enable effective multichannel, social and mobile interactions with their customers. LiveOps' award-winning platform has processed more than 1 Billion minutes of customer interactions and managed operations for the largest US-based cloud contact center of 20,000 home-based, independent agents. With 10+ years of cloud experience LiveOps is the partner of choice for companies wanting to migrate to the cloud. Headquartered in Redwood City, California with European regional headquarters in London, LiveOps supports a wide range of industries including retail, financial, health care, insurance, and high tech. For more information, visit www.LiveOps.com. 


CRM Magazine Publisher Bob Fernekees interviews LiveOps Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer Ann Sung Ruckstuhl at CRM Evolution 2013 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.


LiveOps' Ann Sung Ruckstuhl: The CRM 2013 Interview on Vimeo.

Product Description

For over 10 years, LiveOps has been building the largest cloud-based distributed contact center on the planet. We built the LiveOps Cloud Contact Center Platform on the four cornerstones that are the foundation of our business:

  • Uninterrupted Reliability
  • Impenetrable Security
  • Horizontal Scalability
  • Unmatched Flexibility

LiveOps has led the industry in the innovation of 100% cloud-based contact center applications-years ahead of the pack. Our applications work together, because they are built on our core platform. And because all our applications live in the cloud, you can access them from anywhere you have a trusted internet connection.

LiveOps Applications are broken down into two primary categories, Multichannel Agent Desktop Applications and Management Applications.  The Multichannel Agent Desktop Applications are all seamlessly integrated into the LiveOps Engage desktop and are comprised of LiveOps Voice, LiveOps Chat & Email and LiveOps Social.  The Management Category is comprised of LiveOps Insight, LiveOps Authoring and LiveOps Recording.

Whitepapers, Archived Webcasts and Sponsored Content
  • LiveOps CRM Integration
    LiveOps CRM integration boosts your customer experience management at a fraction of the cost of traditional CRM and contact center integrations. With LiveOps CRM integration, you have seamless operation between LiveOps Cloud Contact Center and leading CRM solutions such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, and Sugar CRM, providing your agents the data they need to perform successful customer interactions.
  • LiveOps Chat & Email
    Enable your website visitors to interact directly, in real time, with your agents. With one click on your website, customers and prospects can open a live, web chat session with your representatives. This reduces call volume, gives customers more immediate help and improves satisfaction and conversion rates.
  • LiveOps Social
    LiveOps Social makes it easy for you to manage, measure and respond to your customers in these channels with the same routing, quality control, efficiency and reporting that you demand for other channels such as voice, email and chat.
  • LiveOps Management Applications
    Knowledge is power, and with LiveOps Insight that knowledge is instantly available through a suite of sophisticated yet easy to use reporting and analytical tools. From identifying broad trends across all your contact centers, to fine grained analysis of individual agent performance, LiveOps Insight uses state of the art data warehousing principles to let you be the master of your historical data. LiveOps Authoring uses a Web 2.0 graphical "drag and drop" interface that lets you create sophisticated call flows without programming. LiveOps Recording gives the contact center manager a front row seat to customer interactions. Winner of TMC Labs 2011 Innovation Award, LiveOps Recording uses industry leading cloud technology to capture voice and high quality screen recordings without the installation of software, hardware, or additional storage capacity. The ONLY 100% cloud-based audio and screen recording solution available, LiveOps Recording provides the ideal basis for agent quality control, training and regulatory compliance.
  • LiveOps Voice
    LiveOps Voice, an integral part of the LiveOps multichannel cloud contact center, is an advanced next-generation voice solution providing TDM and WebRTC-enabled communications. With the new LiveOps Voice, your business can deliver sophisticated inbound and outbound voice interactions, and create a true virtual contact center with industry-first, voice-enabled browser for the agent desktop to manage all aspects of customer interactions.
This company is listed in the following categories:
Channel ManagementCloud-based CRMConsumer Packaged GoodsCustomer Service/Call Centers
EducationEnterprise CRMFinancial Services/BankingGovernment
Non-profitPharmaceuticals/ChemicalsProfessional ServicesRetail
SMB/Mid-market CRMSocial CRMSports/EntertainmentTechnology
Articles Mentioned
LiveOps Lets Companies Pivot Customer Service Across Channels While Retaining Context
The multichannel solution keeps customer interactions fluid and enables public negative conversations to go private. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Q&A: LiveOps CEO Gets Human About Great Customer Service
Vasili Triant says keep it simple and stop overthinking customer service. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
LiveOps Launches New Agent Recruitment Platform
LiveOps' new platform makes it easier for Americans to apply as independent, work-at-home sales and customer service agents.
Work-at-Home Solutions Are Transforming Call Center Operations
At-home agents can be as productive, if not more so, as those in the contact center.
LiveOps Releases LiveOps Visual and LiveOps Visual Advantage
New standalone and Salesforce-integrated solutions allow agents to co-browse and screen share.
Forging the Next CRM Frontier
Integrated technologies hold great promise for the future of CRM.
LiveOps Integrates with Microsoft Dynamics' New Unified Service Desk
Integration will begin with voice and chat channels.
LiveOps Brings LiveOps Voice Advantage and LiveOps Outbound Advantage to Salesforce1 AppExchange
LiveOps Voice Advantage and LiveOps Outbound Advantage deliver phone and dialing capabilities within Salesforce.com.
3 Reasons to Boost Your Contact Center's Strategic Value
Today's solutions are lower in cost, offer predictive capabilities, and require less technical know-how to operate.
Should You Offer Social Customer Support?
Despite its limitations, progressive organizations are leveraging social media as part of an omnichannel customer service strategy.
LiveOps Acquires UserEvents
The UserEvents acquisition gives LiveOps real-time, contextual routing capabilities and adds to its cloud contact center solutions portfolio.
LiveOps Acted As Contact Center for the MDA Telethon
LiveOps fielded live calls during the Labor Day telethon and during re-broadcasts.
Happy Agents, Happy Customers
Increased agent productivity leads to increased satisfaction.
LiveOps Pairs with Drumbi
The companies launch a new visual IVR solution for cloud contact centers.
What's Next for the Contact Center?
Seven trends you can't ignore.
LiveOps Announces Mobile Solution for Direct Response
Direct response marketers can now reach mobile consumers and drive engagement and incremental revenue.
LiveOps Forms Strategic Alliance with Concentric Cloud Solutions
Concentric will add LiveOps Platform and applications to its product offering.
Virtual Hold Technology Names Wes Hayden CEO
The industry veteran will lead the growth of the emerging company in the customer conversation space.
LiveOps Now Offers Facebook Channel Integration
LiveOps Social contact center app lets companies manage social customer interactions.
Making Sense of the Hosted Contact Center Infrastructure Market
A 2012 buyers' guide.
The 2012 Service Leaders
LiveOps Integrates Twitter with the Cloud Contact Center
Social media connectivity highlights the latest additions to the company's cloud-based platform.
LiveOps Screen Recording Now Available
Application offers cloud-based storage for contact centers.
The 2011 Service Leaders
CRM Magazine Announces Winners of 2010 CRM Service Awards
Companies, customers, and visionaries honored for successes in the service industry over the previous 12 months.
The 2010 CRM Service Awards: Rising Stars -- LiveOps (The Home Team)
LiveOps' solutions for outsourcing and workforce management enable contact centers to employ work-at-home agents.
Avaya Wants to Up Virtual Agents' Ante
The release of one-X Agent marks a potential re-emphasis on the vendor's ability to cater to remote agents, says one industry pundit.
LiveOps Makes Play for Enterprise Contact Centers
The features in the company's Spring '09 release aim squarely at its target market, says one industry analyst.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Table of Contents and Introduction
The leaders, the winners, and the honorees -- the best of the CRM service industry over the last 12 months.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Service Elite -- Introduction
This year's class of four companies impressed us with their CRM service-and-support efforts—and, more important, they impressed their customers.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Service Elite -- Bath & Body Works: Spiffing Up the Center
Astute Solutions helps Bath & Body Works' knowledge management system smell like roses.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Service Elite -- CBS Interactive: Playing the Games
CBS Interactive optimizes online service across all its sites so customers never miss a minute of the action.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Service Elite -- Municipality of Coamo, Puerto Rico: Pleasing the Public
The Municipality of Coamo, Puerto Rico, connects to the community with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Rock Solid Technologies.
The 2009 CRM Service Awards: Service Elite -- LifeLock: Scaling for Security
Identity-theft guardian LifeLock finds the key with on-demand contact center platform LiveOps.
There's No Place Like Home
As technology drives flexibility, the living room is becoming the new contact center. Will customer service ever be the same?
Business Lessons Drive New Enhancements for LiveOps
The vendor's latest on-demand contact center platform underscores the importance of monitoring calls in real time.
Is SaaS Ready for Its Contact Center Close-up?
Software-as-a-service continues to catch on, but observers differ on whether the not-so-new business model is right for contact centers
And They're Off!
Offshore, that is--and nearshore, and homeshore. When it comes to outsourcing contact centers, it's a whole new horse race.
For Contact Center Infrastructure, Hosting Becomes the Life of the Party
A new study from DMG Consulting finds the market will rapidly expand, with 30 to 35 percent of all new contact center seats being hosted by 2011.
LiveOps Dials in Telephony to Salesforce.com's AppExchange
The announcement underscores efforts to speed contact center adoption of on-demand software; a Salesforce.com executive says LiveOps will "help us integrate better to telephony systems."
9 Essential Strategies to Improve Customer Experience
SAP CRM 2008: As advertising budgets shift to online efforts, customer care is where the money is.
Re-shoring Contact Centers
A rise in customer dissatisfaction with offshore contact centers has many companies looking to relocate closer to home.
Ahead of the Innovation Curve: On-Demand Contact Center Platforms
LiveOps' Spring 08 On-Demand Call Center Platform comes amid widespread thinking in the industry that customer service's future lies with hosted and managed contact centers.
LiveOps: Tell the Rep Nothing
The company will debut its Secure Exchange technology tomorrow, enabling callers to give and receive information without being overheard.
Home Bodies
Cut contact center operating costs, reduce churn rates, and up flexibility--a serious look at the at-home agent model.
Keeping Balance in the Center
Organizations no longer have to choose between efficiency and effectiveness as contact center technology evolves. Here, five approaches to service and efficiency equilibrium.
More CSRs Are Staying Home
U.S. home-based agents represent a small portion of total customer care reps, but their ranks continue to swell, thanks to macroeconomic trends.
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