Articles: Telecommunications
New Amdocs 6 product, services, and strategic partnership are targeted for telecommunication providers.
The local telecom giant will buy its former parent in the first half of 2006, pending regulatory approval.
Camera phones will be the next contact center productivity tool.
The contact center platform developer will work to expand support for Redmond's upcoming Istanbul client.
More than half of customers are not satisfied with the service from their carrier; providers are looking at a less-competitive space due to recent mergers.
A new report highlights the unique role telecommuting agents play in the rapidly changing call center workforce.
The year's strong IPOs revisited; Composite Software updates its enterprise information integration server; and more.
As Voice over IP gains traction organizations can prepare themselves to reap the rewards it promises.
A Yankee Group study says the vendors rank number one and number two, respectively, as the IP telephony solution providers of choice.
The cable television and telecommunications service company uses quality monitoring and evaluation tools to improve service and sales.
Design Within Reach chooses Iphinity Call Center; Convergys signs multiyear contract with Wachovia; 7-Eleven implements Cognos; and more.
The communication systems, applications, and services provider reports fiscal fourth-quarter 2004 and FY 2004 results, and announces the launch of new products.
Companies looking to boost loyalty are starting at the front lines.
Prior to VoiceXML each IVR vendor had its own proprietary languages accompanied by high development costs.
Continental selected Voxify's Automated Agents solution to help manage non-value-added customer calls.
There are two fundamental types of language, according to Tim Berners-Lee, director of the World Wide Web Consortium: natural language, classified as soft and evolving; and computer language, which takes a solidly defined, hard-language approach.
After years of running into roadblocks trying to ensure that its own service representatives could communicate effectively with one another while in the field, Pitney Bowes needed a new strategy.
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