Archive | April, 2012

Delivering Top-Notch Customer Service

Today, 1to1 Media published an article penned by Enghouse Interactive’s CTO, Alex Black. The article, “IT’s Role in Delivering Top-Notch Customer Service,” provides insights into why successful, strategically focused IT executives are taking a holistic approach to improving customer service.

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Pure IP Operator Console Option for Avaya CS1000

Enghouse Interactive, developer of the most comprehensive portfolio of interaction management solutions, announced the availability of Intuition Acclaim 5.2, the latest in the Datapulse line of leading console and directory applications for Avaya PBXs. The latest release adds direct IP connectivity for Avaya CS1000 plus a number of new and enhanced features, including click to dial and extended support for Microsoft Lync and other Microsoft products.

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Customer Interaction Analytics

Enghouse Interactive has partnered with ContactBabel to bring you the 2012 ContactBabel Decision Makers’ Guide. The following is an excerpt from the Guide discussing Customer Interaction Analytics. The term Customer Interaction Analytics refers to the analysis of all interactions between contact centers and customers, whether that interaction was via telephone, email, a web chat session, or even [...]

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Interaction Recording

Enghouse Interactive has partnered with ContactBabel to bring you the 2012 ContactBabel Decision Makers’ Guide. The following is an excerpt from the Guide discussing new customer service media channels for contact centers. For the past decade, there has been increasing desire within contact centers to improve upon customer satisfaction and experience, in order to keep customers loyal [...]

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New Contact Center Media
and the Customer of the Future

Enghouse Interactive has partnered with ContactBabel to bring you the 2012 ContactBabel Decision Makers’ Guide. The following is an excerpt from the Guide discussing new customer service media channels for contact centers. The most widely-used forms of non-voice customer contact (apart from letters and fax) are email and self-service, followed by SMS, text chat and web [...]

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