Virtual Contact Centers: Lessons Learned in Uncertain Times

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There are plenty of practical benefits gained by implementing a virtual contact center in your organization, ones that have nothing to do with  preparing for a worst-case scenario—which we’ve all collectively experienced in the past year. But one benefit that very early on made itself a
necessity is the ability to conduct business seamlessly even in the face of calamity.

Fortunately, virtual contact centers offer all the customer-facing components businesses need to serve customers, including voice, email, chat, messaging, and self-service tools, to answer questions quickly and deliver on key performance indicators. They also can support a far-flung
workforce with workforce optimization, coaching, and other employee-focused engagement tools to help develop agent skills and improve retention. Plus, they enable business continuity by virtue of their very architecture.

Download this Best Practices special section and learn how your organization can benefit by moving your contact center into the cloud.