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CallRex Quality Management Suite Version 4.3

Today, we announced our latest release of the CallRex Quality Management Suite, version 4.3. We are particularly proud of this release, as we see this as an essential milestone for us is due to the breadth of the content we have added and the extent of the additional value our product suite delivers to customers. Not only have we made enhancements to some existing features but we’ve built in all new critical business functionality. We have invested in and improved the CallRex Quality Management Suite as the demands of the market have changed and the needs of our customers shift as they grow.

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Study Reinforces Benefits of Virtual and Cloud-Based Contact Centers

Improved queue handling, flexibility and functionality seen as drivers for needed technology upgrades. The latest research by contact center industry analysts at ContactBabel has confirmed that joining multi-site contact center operations together into a single ‘virtual’ contact center in the cloud has reduced queue times and problems associated by call spikes.

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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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Is Good Customer Service More Important Than Managing Costs?

According to the Enghouse Interactive Customer Interaction Index, a survey released by Enghouse Interactive today, U.S. IT decision makers say good customer service is more important that managing costs. The Customer Interaction Index captures the state of customer interactions in U.S. businesses from the perspective of technology decision makers. Kelton Research, a leading national public opinion company, conducted the survey among 227 senior IT professionals from U.S.-based companies with revenues between $50 million and $1 billion annually.

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