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The ink is dry on the contact center outsourcing contract. Now what? We take a look at five factors companies need to evaluate over the course of the agreement to ensure a smooth-running partnership.
What a new standard for wireless data may mean for your business.
About $1 billion was lost through phishing last year, and attacks are on the rise--e-commerce shoppers have grown cautious.
A company's CRM system might make it vulnerable, but with risk comes opportunity.
The change means speedier information for newspaper advertisers and salespeople.
The University of South Florida supports an 800 percent IT increase by turning to RightNow.
Not a true CRM solution, an updated CosmoCall Universe does allow contact centers to integrate with database apps and speech application platforms, while supporting standalone IP telephones.
Enhancing homepages will continue to be a trend through 2009, representing some new opportunities for technology vendors.
Organic growth and pursuing opportunities within their own countries are key to driving success for Technology Fast 500 companies.
CRM software is becoming as important as nuts and bolts.
The www generation crosses three generational cohorts.
Malicious applications are challenging the Internet's integrity as a business tool.
Security is a huge factor in consumers' online banking decisions; being a standout provider may bring greater loyalty and higher revenue.
Our Service Elite awards, chosen by the editors, are presented to the customer care operations that have delivered impressive results by achieving satisfaction and customer return on investment that set the standard for the rest of the industry. We recognize Elite customer care implementations in the fields of knowledge-base tools, agent-facing desktop applications, quality monitoring, workforce management, speech solutions, and contact-center outsourcing services.
Can on-demand CRM developers cleanly cross over into offline operation?
"You want to be [brave] enough to want to be creative, try new things, while still growing revenue."
The features turn BlackBerry devices into mobile sales offices as the company expects to continue extending product lines.
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