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CRM Is Dead . . . Long Live CRM!
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The modern CRM solution needs to save agent time while maintaining a positive customer experience. If your CRM tool doesn't do this, keep shopping.
The Big Picture
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Our survey of new tools that enable call centers to take advantage of the latest types of displays to share information with agents.
Something New About Call Center Magazine?
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The integration of Call Center and ICMI is in full flower, and it's not just our new look.
Addressing Common Call Center Stupidity
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The five most glaring managerial pitfalls, along with a few suggestions on how to avoid those pitfalls like the plague or an agent seeking a raise.
What Is A Call Center?
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It’s often easier to explain what a call center does than to try to define it. Sometimes it's good to return to first principles to remind ourselves that we're all part of the same team.
Executive Q&A: Kevin Smith of FrontRange Solutions
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We spoke with the vice president of FrontRange about how call centers are changing in the wake of improved self-service technologies.
Ten Tips For VoIP Deployment Success
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Whether you are trying to improve service, cut costs, or drive revenue, you will find value in VoIP. You must first understand your goals to define how best to leverage the technology's power.
Industry Viewpoints: The Great IP Debate
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Call Center went to industry luminaries and thought leaders for insight into the most important technological issue of the day -- the modern call center's transition to IP call routing. What is happening? How will it affect operations? Here's what the experts think.
Phihong supports IEEE802.3at output voltage to 50-57V
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Phihong USA supported the motion to set the output voltage for power sourcing equipment (PSE) to 50-57V, up from 44-57V specified in the IEEE802.3af standard.
Motorola demos ATCA open communications server with 10G Ethernet switching
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Motorola will demonstrate the next generation of switching technology for standards-based open communications servers at GlobalCOMM.
IPDR.org announces 2006 Board
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The Internet Protocol Detail Record Organization (IPDR.org) announced today its recently elected slate of 2006 Board of Directors
Kayote partners with TeleMessage on VoIP Network management
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Kayote Networks announced a partnership with TeleMessage.
Tellabs recognized
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The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) awarded Tellabs with a 2006 GLOBALCOMM Award of Excellence.
World's first DSL gateway with integrated WLAN and voice unveiled
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Conexant Systems aunched the world's first family of network processor devices with integrated Wi-Fi, ADSL2plus, and VoIP functionality.
VMETRO's PCI Express analysis for the AMC form factor available
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VMETRO introduced the Vanguard Express PCI Express Protocol and Link Analyzer for the AdvancedMC (AMC) form factor.
Enterprise-class Wi-Fi for the masses
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Bandspeed announced AirMaestro, a comprehensive, scalable Wi-Fi access point (AP) platform.
Freescale QUICC Engine technology targets the networked digital home
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Freescale Semiconductor introduced the first PowerQUICC processor family with QUICC Engine technology designed for the consumer and small-office/home-office networking equipment market.
10G LAN PHY to 10G WAN PHY protocol converter stands alone
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Ekinops, a provider of optical transport and aggregation solutions, introduced its 10G transponder and protocol converter.
Fujitsu and Cisco intro high-performance routers for IP next-gen networks
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Fujitsu Limited and Cisco Systems announced a co-branded "Fujitsu and Cisco XR12400" series (four models) of high-performance routers designed for the Japanese market.
1394b chipset doubles data speed between PCs and peripherals
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The speed at which information can be moved between PCs and 1394b peripherals, such as high-performance external hard disk drives, can be doubled using the latest chipset from Agere Systems.
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