As fraudsters become more and more sophisticated, contact centers need to equip themselves with every advantage to outsmart them. At the same time, they have to protect the customer experience so that legitimate callers do not have to endure an authentication maze just to get something done.
You may know from personal experience that low-performing, partially effective contact center technologies and overwhelmed customer service employees are not a winning combination. Being mindful with your contact center IVR and WFO strategies can help you get better at the things you care about for ...
No doubt contact center executives have a great deal to occupy their thoughts day and night. To execs who are hoping for a better night’s sleep—good news awaits you. It is quite likely that a solution to help reduce your operational headaches may be closer than you think.
Contact center leaders and managers understand time and resource challenges all too well. Add an ever-increasing need for a great customer experience to the mix, and it’s clear that every advantage is needed to stay competitive. In many customer service environments, IVR and WFO analytics have not ...
How can organizations start to think more strategically in the New Year about maximizing their technology investments? One way is by looking at IVR and WFO-generated customer insights as a single entity—rather than separate ones.
When you hear terms such as “adaptive personalization,” Interactive Voice Response (IVR) probably isn’t the first thing that springs to mind. In fact, most people don’t associate those words with the contact center at all, but they are becoming increasingly important in the customer service ...

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