Cloud Call Center Featured Articles
Call centers are an important point of contact for businesses and an opportunity to demonstrate exceptional customer service. More and more companies are moving their call centers into the cloud, deploying virtualized contact center software in order to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud, from better agility to rapid innovation and more. Now companies of all sizes can engage in productive conversations with customers and deliver first class customer service by leveraging the power of the cloud.
Welcome to the Cloud Call Center community, sponsored by Genesys, a company with more than 20 years of experience as a leader in the enterprise contact center software space. This community will feature the latest news and trends in the cloud call center space, keeping readers up to date on the most current white papers, case studies and more. For everything you want to know about cloud call centers, keep this community bookmarked.
Cloud Call Center Week in Review
It's been an eventful week in the cloud call center industry, so let's take a moment to wrap up the highlights before we begin the weekend.
Crosspeer Forges Deal with Ezuce to Deliver Cloud-based Unified Communications
Crosspeer Cloud, a provider of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions, has partnered with Ezuce, a provider of open cloud-based virtualized communications and social collaboration, to deliver enterprise unified communications solutions on the C…
Speedy Customer Service is Good Customer Service!
Callers like me are why Genesys and IBM came together to develop intelligent contact center solutions. They outline the result of their partnership in a short video you can find on Youtube.
Kohl's Moves Platform to Cloud with ININ's CaaS
Kohl's Department Stores just signed a multi-year deal with Interactive Intelligence to move its contact center solutions to the Interactive Intelligence Communications-as-a-Service solution. The deal will allow Kohl's to increase its level of busine…
SCA China to Take Full Advantage of eFuture's Cloud Services
eFuture Information Technology, a provider of software and services in China, recently signed an agreement with SCA China to provide its Chinese operation with Data Link services, a cloud-based distributor relationship management application.
Using cloud-based virtual contact center solutions, you can be up and running quickly, without installing servers, software or phone equipment. Plug employees into customer conversations from any location with web access—the 'contact center' can be completely virtual. It's built with the reliability and service level guarantees you need to protect your business. And with the cloud-based model, you can add or remove seats as needed.
Cloud Call Center Industry News
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Cloud-based contact centers are continuously gaining traction as the economic and strategic advantages continue to improve and outgrow legacy infrastructure constraints. This white paper serves as a guide to best practices for deploying and managing call centers in the cloud.
Bringing the Power of Conversation to Service Cloud from Salesforce
Can we talk?
Self-service and the social web are critical parts of the customer service environment. But even in today's online world, sometimes you just have to talk. Genesys Connect adds voice conversations with intelligent routing to Service Cloud from Salesforce – connecting your customers to the right person, every time. It uses the same cloud-based model as Salesforce – no software or hardware, switches or ACDs. You get all of the flexibility of the cloud, plus tight integration with Salesforce. It's the easiest way to make Service Cloud your complete, all-in-one contact center.