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Nortel Networks' Symposium Express
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Nortel Symposium Express software is ideal for call centers with 40 or fewer seats that use Nortel Meridian 1 switches.
INOVA's LightLink 2.3
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INOVA's (Charlottesville, VA) LightLink 2.3 is software that delivers real-time data about your call center to Web pages on your call center's internal Web site.
Platinum Software's Clientele 7.0
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Clientele includes a change management module, which allows you to look up defects in products, the severity of the defects, the versions of the products where you found the defects, and ways the defects can be resolved.
GM Voices' Voice Prompts
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Through nearly 20 years of service to every size and type of business, GM Voices has fine-tuned a process of creating, recording, implementing and maintaining voice prompt programs.
Kana Communications' Kana Classify
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Classify is a message classification module within the company's Internet customer service product suite. It lets you automate the way you classify, manage and respond to e-mail messages.
Fast Set-up Suggestions
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How a company set up a call center in fewer than 60 days.
Outfitting Your Center in Record Time
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Call center executives are under pressure to get the most attractive, functional and effective facility running and furnished in record time. Here are some designs, furnishings and shortcuts you can use as a guide to ensure your agents will be sitting comfortably."
Buying Tips -- IVR
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An industry expert goes over some of the finer points in choosing a call-center IVR system.
New Siemens IVR Application, Co-Developed with InterVoice
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Siemens Information and Communication Networks and InterVoice introduced an IVR system that pushes alphanumeric caller information to agent phone displays without the aid of computer telephony.
Building Customer Loyalty One Forkful at a Time
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How an NYC restaurant owner is making a killing by coddling his customers.
Cutting-Edge Outsourcing Apps
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Today, companies view outsourcing as more of an ongoing partnership with the teleservices agencies they choose. Both parties work to help each other deliver effective customer service and sales. Here are a few examples of some of these forward-thinking relationships.
Envision Telephony's SoundByte Agent Express
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Agent Express is software that lets agents review their performance evaluations from their PCs
GOLDMINE'S GOLDMINE 5.0
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A look at the latest upgrade to this sales and marketing software.
How a Systems Integrator Helps You Put Your Call Center Together
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Whether you switch over to the latest version of your ACD or implement computer telephony for the first time, the process of tying together different call center systems isn't something you should have to go through alone. Here's how systems integrators can help you install or upgrade the most important components of your call center successfully.
INOVA's LightLink 2.3
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INOVA's (Charlottesville, VA) LightLink 2.3 is software that delivers real-time data about your call center to Web pages on your call center's internal Web site.
Kana Communications' Kana Classify
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Classify is a message classification module within the company's Internet customer service product suite. It lets you automate the way you classify, manage and respond to e-mail messages.
Nortel Networks' Symposium Express
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Nortel Symposium Express software is ideal for call centers with 40 or fewer seats that use Nortel Meridian 1 switches.
Platinum Software's Clientele 7.0
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Clientele includes a change management module, which allows you to look up defects in products, the severity of the defects, the versions of the products where you found the defects, and ways the defects can be resolved.
Speedware's Customer Service Analyzer
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Customer Service Analyzer software captures and consolidates call center data from sources such as ACDs, customer databases, computer telephony servers and PBXs. It lets you organize and segment this data, plus any other performance-related metrics you rely on, to help you gauge your center's ability to serve customers successfully.
Telecommuting Grows as Technology Adapts to Needs
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Initially driven by the need to recruit more ITworkers, telecommuting has become so widespread that potential call center agents want to know if it comes as an option before accepting the job."
The Changing Face of IVR
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Customers have warmed up to the age of automation. They like the speed, the convenience and the options self-service provides. By performing transactions by way of touchtone, speech recognition or at your Web site, they can get their own answers and rest assured their data is secure. And at the end of the day, IVR still saves your call center big bucks."
VXI's Bear headsets
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The new Bear line of headsets offers a variety of enhancements, such as concave ear cups that reduce outside noise.
Web Transactions and Demand for Live Agents on the Rise
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Here's why catalog companies continue to compete for the best call center agents and how they let customers reach them through traditional and non-traditional means.
Motorola "Excels" At Switching!
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EXS 2000 technology poured into a telco-grade cPCI chassis.
Fault-Resilient PCs: Zippy's Mega-Update
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The world's most comprehensive roundup of fault-resilient computer telephony platforms and products - including brand new hardware demonstrated at CT Expo!
Best CT Distributors
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CT distributors need to educate as well as sell. Here's how the smartest players in the game are adding value.
More CT Expo Judge's Picks
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No, we're not finished! Here are a score more products you can't afford to miss.
Speech Rec Rising?
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Build speech rec word models straight from the text.
Prompts By The Pros
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Hire professionals to produce your voicemail
Cisco Acquires Geotel
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Here's why they got the bargain.
IP Telephony Rules
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VoIP represents a profound opportunity - and a driving force - for bringing competitive carriers into the local service market. IP Telephony Part 2 The CLEC Opportunity
Testing CT Applications, Part 3
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A few more pointers on CT testing
Nice Ruling, Folks: So Who Wins?
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Are ILECs or CLECs the winners in the "reciprocal compensation" fracas?
Sweet CT Success
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Voicemail-Bearing Bears
Beating The Odds At Consultant Roulette
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Consultants come in many colors. Pick the right one - you're a hero. Hire the wrong one - you're a dunce. Spin the wheel and anything goes. Here's a short survival guide based on 20 years of consultant-watching.
They Fax What?
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Addressing the different needs of different fax users: service bureaus, fax servers, SOHOs
Yes, Microsoft is Serious About Telephony
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For years the industry has questioned whether Microsoft is serious about telephony. Its recently-announced relationship with Dialogic leaves little doubt they are.
Teltone's Terrific Telephone Line Emulator
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An excellent performer that's easy to use
ITXC Makes A Crystal Clear Choice
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How one network operator chose a server platform.
Analogic Tap 800 Family Now on Compact PCI
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Telephony Application Processors go international with compactPCI.
What? No Prices
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It's hard to compute even the base price for a fault-resilient system.
Indexing Recorded Speech
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Zeroing in on the word you need
Best CT Distributors
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CT distributors need to educate as well as sell. Here's how the smartest players in the game are adding value.
Cisco Acquires Geotel
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Here's why they got the bargain.
Motorola, Intel agree to settle lawsuit
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Motorola and Intel agreed to settle a lawsuit stemming from charges that Intel had hired Motorola engineers with trade secrets.
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