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Comverse Infosys'OpenStorage
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OpenStorage allows you to access call recordings from a computer equipped with a Web browser and sound card.
Right Now Technologies' PowerFAQ
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PowerFAQ Web-based customer support software makes it easy for you to provide your customers with a knowledge base of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) from your Web site.
How to Consult the Consultants
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Silknet Software's eCommerce
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eCommerce is software that allows your company to provide service and sales from your Web site.
An Outpouring of Customer Information Through CT
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Computer telephony middleware automatically collects very valuable information about customers as calls come in. Here's how it does it and why CT middleware is expanding its horizons into other media, including IP telephony.
CenterForce Technologies' CenterForce Analyzer
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Software you can use to establish goals within your call center and measure agents' performance against them.
Williams Communications Solutions' Dialect Multimedia
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Dialect Multimedia Queuing (DMQ) works closely with your phone switch to let agents respond to phone calls, e-mail messages and faxes from your customers.
Coaches for your Call Center
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Sometimes an outside consultant is needed to coach you in call center setup, technology selection and operations. Here are a few good examples of what some of the leading industry experts can do for you.
CenterForce Technologies' CenterForce Analyzer
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Software you can use to establish goals within your call center and measure agents' performance against them.
Companies Deploy Multi-Networked Call Centers to Deliver Efficient Customer Service
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Customers must be able to reach a company easily, even in cases when other services are disrupted due to emergencies such as power failures or hurricanes. Here's how some companies have set up multi-networked call centers to ensure that they consistently deliver quality customer service among all their locations.
Comverse Infosys'OpenStorage
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OpenStorage allows you to access call recordings from a computer equipped with a Web browser and sound card.
Helping Your Center Balance Its Books
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Call centers in the credit and collections industry have their jobs cut out for them, whether it's dealing with late-paying customers or overseas travelers who've just lost their credit cards. Here are some of the technologies that the centers in this industry use to help them provide efficient and speedy service.
Our Picks from the Show
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There were many products on display at the first annual Call Center Demo and Conference in sunny Orlando, FL. Many we've already told you about and others we'll cover throughout the year. Here are some brand-new systems announced at the show that caught our eye.
Right Now Technologies' PowerFAQ
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PowerFAQ Web-based customer support software makes it easy for you to provide your customers with a knowledge base of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) from your Web site.
GN Netcom's GN Express Headsets
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Headsets for professional office, SOHO, PC, and mobile applications.
Business Neurology 101
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Like a central nervous system, Enterprise Relationship Management connects business-process automation, knowledge-management and problem-resolution, sales-force automation, and workforce management with computer telephony "sense organs": IVR, ACD, messaging, and the web. Goals are coordination, choreography, competitive advantage - an "open organization" where problems find solutions, customers help themselves, work finds idle hands, inventory goes where it's needed, trucks roll on time, and bes
World Class CT
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Building CT apps for the world market is a challenge. But simplification, standardization, and modernization are easing homologation. Here's a close-up on EU standards and certification practices, plus some sage advice for developers and integrators
A Brand-New Look At Secondary Sources
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The secondary CT and telecom markets are worth a fresh look. Like vintage clothing, if you dig around a bit, you're sure to come up with a winner. It's cheap! (No downtown Gucci prices.) The quality's superb: today's retro-telecom sellers refurbish equipment to "like new" specs. And the support is first-rate.
Feeding Frenzy Fodder
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Jealousy. What Veteran CT Value-Added folks experience as competitors are gobbled-up for millions. And Curious. "How'd they do that?" "My product is better - and so are my revenues." No matter. Business planning is a discipline. Just like your brilliant engineering. Here's a clue for your own infusion of capital or stock-swap deal.
Working the Minute Mine: With the right tools, billing info yields clues to greater profit.
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There's gold in them thar CDRs! Not just because they're the records that go on the bills that result in the checks that flow from subscribers to telco carriers. The "gold" we speak of here goes a step beyond simply getting paid. It's the mine of usage data that helps your marketeers identify, cross-sell, retain (or win over, or win back) the most profitable customers.
IP Telephony : Branch Office VoIP Gateways Rock (Packetize) & Roll
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"There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the Doors." - Jim Morrison
IP Telephony: QOS For Ethernet LANs New Packet Switch Gives VIP Passes To Critical Voice/Video Data
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IP network switch facilitates flicker-free video and voice
The End Of The 80/20 Game
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As companies who persist in these practices are starting to realize, 80/20 strategies may produce nifty short-term numbers; but if you pursue them long-term, you may end up off-loading your customer base ... onto your competition.
Our Ongoing Mission of Boldly Automating Calls
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Reducing caller frustration with automated call-handling applications means providing more adaptive, natural telephone user interfaces
Fax For Free!
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Looking a gift horse in the mouth, we pick the best free web-based fax services.
A Great Time to be a CommFusion ISV
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The planets are all aligned, making this a great time to be a CommFusion independent software vendor. Never before in the history of computing or telephony has this opportunity existed, nor is it likely to happen again.
IVR Runs an A/V Playground
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Controlling A/V down under.
DSL Competition: Mired in Regulatory Uncertainty
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Businesses seeking an early start in the infant DSL market will meet challenges that must be effectively addressed.
CT Index: For Your EDIFication
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The acquisition binge continues: Is there a trend developing here?
APC's Amazing UPS
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Modern. Ergonomic and environmental. APC makes its high-end uninterruptible power supply units.
Vocaltec's Surf&Call does it all!
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Suites designed for the carrier and call center markets to extend customer service to e-commerce
IVR Runs an A/V Playground
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Controlling A/V down under.
The End Of The 80/20 Game
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As companies who persist in these practices are starting to realize, 80/20 strategies may produce nifty short-term numbers; but if you pursue them long-term, you may end up off-loading your customer base ... onto your competition.
Intel Joins Display Consortium
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