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Wes Hayden becomes president of Nuance Communications' new Enterprise Division, part of Nuance's shift from point technologies to integrated enterprise solutions.
Does your company rely on smartphones?
Three free trials lead to another dulcet-toned Salesforce.com deployment.
Three keys to implementing Internet Protocol call recording into the contact center.
By sending exhaustively detailed iPhone bills, service provider AT&T could be trying to head off expensive customer-care calls.
Contact center consolidation, voice portals, hosted contact centers, and unified communications are driving much of the movement.
And why your contact center needs it.
The June 29 release of Apple's new iPhone could be a marketer's dream come true.
Indonesia's broadband market will grow by 45 percent per year for the next five years, according to research, leading growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
With the release of Language Assessor, Nexidia aims to improve the interaction between customers and offshore agents.
As SMBs enjoy an expanding IP communications and managed services market, no dominant players have yet emerged.
Two private equity firms rather than a competitor are acquiring the company in a deal valued at about $8.2 billion; analysts see it as positive, but wonder what might have been under a rival.
Stop regarding video as another technological nuisance--video will achieve the CRM trifecta of lower costs, better service, and happier customers.
A new study indicates that mobile phone calling in Great Britain is experiencing a sharp decline, while the use of text messaging is on the rise.
If call centers want to circumvent most speech recognition problems, the time has come for hybrid architectures.
A telecommunications company combines speech with CTI and increases customer satisfaction, agent efficiency, and self-service adoption as a result.
Industry innovators give customers more control.
The Siemens AG subsidiary releases a solution to capitalize on the agents-anywhere concept, and delivers additional presence and collaboration capabilities.
The customer care market in 2006 evolved at an enthralling rate, as providers of service-and-support technologies and services toiled to bolster their capabilities through strategic partnerships, head-turning mergers and acquisitions, and deepened research and development--all with the goal of helping companies provide stellar service. At the forefront of these developments are our 2007 Service Leaders--the contact center market's leading vendors in seven areas: computer telephony integration, interactive voice response, Web-support services, workforce optimization, quality monitoring, agent-facing universal desktop, and outsourcing services. The results are based on a blend of weighted criteria comprising analyst ratings for customer satisfaction, depth of functionality or services, and company direction, coupled with financial strength throughout the past year evidenced by revenue and revenue growth.
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