In our technology-driven world, chatbots have been a super hot topic for quite some time now. But did you know that the term “robot” goes back to 1921? Altough it may feel like chatbots have only recently appeared, they actually have a longer history than you may think. Check out our infographics, and see how far AI-powered chatbots have come!
Oral communication via the telephone is at the heart of the telecommunications industry. Without the ability to transmit voices, telephone devices would have little or no use in business. But many people (at least, those outside the IT industry and contact centre management worlds) don’t really think about the complicated background and serious development needed to ensure telephone communication is seamless.
According to a study conducted by the Disaster Recovery Preparedness Council, 73% of businesses continue to not have a Business Continuity Plan in place, or if they do, they don’t take the time to make sure that the plan actually works. It’s true that designing, implementing and executing a reliable Business Continuity Plan takes significant time. But when the survival of your business is at stake, isn’t it worth the effort?
How can a predictive dialer really help you with cost and revenue optimization? See for yourself and estimate your own cost and revenue optimization plan with our calculator!
To operate a call center seamlessly, it’s crucial to possess a skill set and a handful of techniques that allow you to boost your productivity and increase your revenue. Call blending is one of those techniques.
Telesales is a dynamic field of business. But can companies combine dynamism with productivity to create more effective telesales activities? Here is how one of our clients did it.
Manual dialer, power dialer, predictive dialer – does it matter which type of dialing system you use in your call center? Well, if you want to optimize the amount of time you actually speak with customers, then yes, it does.
Automation, as we all know, saves time. But is it really always true, and do mechanised features such as a recorded agent greeting really help contact centres provide a better user experience?