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The 3 Contact Center Applications That Pay for Themselves

DMG Consulting

Thank you for your interest in DMG Consulting’s publications. Almost every year, contact center leaders are asked to reduce operating costs and improve productivity while enhancing the customer experience. Executives care about the customer journey, but they are incented and compensated to keep costs down and profits high. The best contact center investments are those that contribute to cost reduction, productivity improvements, and a great customer experience.

DMG Consulting Releases 2019 – 2020 Workforce Optimization Product and Market Report

DMG Consulting

DMG Consulting Releases 2019 – 2020 Workforce Optimization Product and Market Report. Who: DMG Consulting LLC, a leading provider of contact center, back-office and real-time analytics market research and consulting services. Where: Available at the DMG Consulting online store. Improving the customer journey is a particular focus of the new generation of contact center WFO suites and an area of great investment. . About DMG Consulting LLC.

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Workforce Optimization Ushers in the Real-Time Contact Center

DMG Consulting

Thirteen years ago, DMG Consulting published the book The Real-Time Contact Center. Its theme was (and still is) simple—to use the real-time capabilities of contact centers to assist people (customers, prospects, partners, the public, etc.) We have progressed from interactive voice response (IVR) systems to intelligent virtual assistants (IVAs), from process optimization to process automation, and from technology as an enabler to technology as a partner.

The Next Act: The AI-Enabled Contact Center

DMG Consulting

My goal in sharing the concepts in this book was to provide a technical and operational framework for anyone who uses this “delivery and service” vehicle for customer assistance or sales. The idea behind the book was (and still is) conceptually simple – to utilize the real-time capabilities of contact centers to assist people (customers, prospects, partners, public, etc.) The Next Act: The AI-Enabled Contact Center.

2017 Is Out, 2018 Is In – What Will Customer Service Look Like This Year?

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Now that 2017 is out of the picture, what can we expect customer service to look like in 2018? The question isn’t new – after all, customer service is always changing. A Friction-less Experience Will Be Mandatory. Customers aren’t the only ones who experience pain points.