Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) August 16, 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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New Feature This Week: With Demand For Contact-Center Professional And Managed Services On The Rise, Decision Criteria Addresses More Than Just Functionality
During the past three years, the percentage of contact-center decision makers who are planning to consider contact-center professional services has risen from 7.9 percent to 21 percent. Keeping pace with this trend, the percentage of contact-center decision makers who are planning to consider managed and/or hosted contact-center solutions has risen from 8.4 percent to 20.1 percent.
This week's briefs include:
•Why Companies Are Adopting 'Intelligent' Contact Centers
•TRG Crosses The Border
•Avaya Vets UniversalSystems App
•Sony Taps ePLDT For Tech-Service Calls
•iQor Sells Assets
To read the free articles, news briefs and white papers, please visit "The Next Generation Contact Center Report" at http://www.telecomweb.com/ccr.
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The Next Generation Contact Center Report Site is devoted to providing news, analytical articles, white papers, case studies, interviews with executives and other forms of information designed to help companies migrate effectively to an IP Contact Center environment. Visit The Next Generation Contact Center Report at http://www.telecomweb.com/ccr.
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