Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) September 12, 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.
New This Week! Case Study: The VoIP Contact Center -- Real Problems, Real Results
A Midwest health insurance company implemented a VoIP contact center for approximately 400 agents in 30 different areas throughout the company. The focus of the project was to improve customer-service applications in five areas. The solution was to migrate the contact center to a VoIP system, and to replace the old IVR with a new one that supported speech recognition and screen pops. More
This week's briefs include:
•OnviSource Garners More Outsourcing Kudos
•Analysts Rate Verint/Witness Stronger Than Rivals
•SER Taps Gryphon For Compliance Solution
•TNZ Software Snafu Leaves Aussies Fuming
•Survey Sez: Avaya Continues To Lead IPT Revenues
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