I don’t think I’ll surprise anyone by saying that, as an industry, we sometimes tend to get a bit ahead of ourselves. Vendors try to offer products to a market that’s not ready for them, and buyers may postpone purchases of solutions today in favor of waiting for technologies and products that are ...
In the customer service environment, knowledge management (KM) is the systematic management of an organization's information assets, including the efficient handling and distribution of information and data resources residing within, and often outside, an enterprise. The purpose of these efforts is ...
What are customers telling you? What drives their behavior? Which behaviors are impacting your business right now? These questions have never been easy to answer—but today, there are more opportunities to address these questions. The answers can drive business and workforce optimization at your ...
In parts one, two and three of this blog series, we looked at the background of Smart City initiatives, how sensors and other devices can make life better for us all, and the role that citizens and employees—humans, in other words—have to play in making our cities smarter.  In this final part, I’ll ...
Verint’s Ryan Hollenbeck, senior vice president, global marketing, recently spoke with Ginger Conlon, contributing editor at MarTech Advisor.
No doubt you’ve heard a few things about artificial intelligence (AI)—what it can potentially offer to organizations and how it may even permanently change the business landscape. People who engage customers every day want to know this: How can artificial intelligence offer very real insights into ...
CRMXchange QA & Analytics Virtual Conference June 5-8; Online Webinar Verint’s Kristyn Emenecker, global vice president, product strategy group, will present “Quality Is a Contact Sport: Human Intelligence in an Artificial Intelligence World” on June 5 at 2 p.m. ET. With all the talk about ...
From self-driving cars to services such as Amazon Alexa, great strides are being made to offer technology to help make our day-to-day lives easier. It’s not a huge leap to consider how software robots might soon be found in the workplace, helping human employees do their jobs. The World Economic ...
Robots seem to be everywhere these days—on the big screen in popular science fiction movies, in books and in toy stores, and also in a real way improving our workplaces and other aspects of our daily lives. Primitive robots were machines designed to automatically perform a specific task. Around ...
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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