Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) August 29, 2007
TelecomWeb's "The Next-Generation Contact Center Report" (http://www.telecomweb.com/ccr) features free weekly news briefs and articles geared toward helping companies migrate effectively to an IP Contact Center environment.
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This week's briefs include:
- Convergys, Avaya Team For Diagnostics
- TomTom Beats The Genesys Drum
- Defense Dept. Health Services Cited For Award
- LevelOne Foundation Adds Self-Service Option
- New US Airways Voice System Takes Off
Have you read this? CosmoCom Consolidates VisitBritain's Highly Distributed Global Contact Center
Global call centers evoke the image of a large multi-national company operating numerous large sites with heavy investments in local infrastructure, and with a complex pre-routing facility operated by a global service provider distributing the calls between the sites. How could VisitBritain, with many relatively small sites, accomplish this cost effectively and manage all of its sites to help ensure a uniform, high quality of customer service?
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