Automated Quality Management Drives Objective Evaluations, Job Satisfaction

Verint

In 2018, the contact center industry will be all about automation. The groundswell of interest in automating many of the traditionally routine tasks in the contact center is creating a substantial impact on both employee engagement and the customer experience, and we expect this automation groundswell will do nothing but grow in the months and years ahead. contact center industry, and likely the global contact center industry.

Webinars: How More Automation = Better Quality, More Engaged Employees

Verint

Maybe you haven’t thought about this yet, but are you aware that contact centers are now using automation to modernize quality management? Automated Quality Management automates scoring of up to 100 percent of agent calls, ensuring modern, employee-empowering and cost-effective quality management. It’s your turn to have your specific automated quality management questions answered by our panel of experts.

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Are You Using All That Workforce Optimization Has to Offer?

Verint

This may be true for your organization when it comes to workforce optimization. Use Automated Quality to Evaluate Interactions. Autoscoring your quality management forms and evaluating your calls using automated quality solutions can help your organization quickly, easily and objectively evaluate every recorded call for script adherence and other customer service requirements. Enhancing what you have to deliver better experiences.

Why is ZOOM an NPS® Promoter?

Zoom International

Is your goal to hit contact center metrics? In the day to day operations of many contact centers, we focus on traditional operational metrics, such as service level, talk time and adherence. We are accustomed to “staying in our lane” and managing to targets that are 100% under our control including customer satisfaction surveys that are solely focused on a specific contact center conversation – rather than the entire customer experience.

7 Tips for More Inspiring Quality Feedback in the Contact Center

Monet Software

The right approach to call center quality management builds agents’ skills and enhances workforce engagement. Quality assurance (QA) sessions are a primary vehicle for skills-building in any contact center. Blog Quality Management

Defining WFO. (Hint – It’s Not Just About Workforce Management)

Noble Systems

If you’re a contact center manager, you’ve probably heard a lot about how to manage and engage your workforce with WFM and WFO – especially recently. What is Workforce Management (WFM)? What is Workforce Optimization (WFO)? Workforce Management.

7 Things Great Call Center Managers do Every Day

Fonolo

UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020: The call center is an extremely stressful work environment. Simply knowing how to run a call center isn’t enough for success. Not for the weak at heart, only some call center managers have the grace, tenacity, and skills to handle the extreme pressures of the contact center manager’s job. Our 7 tips for great call center management are: Talk to Your Support Agents. Review Their Contact Center’s Data.

Are Remote Agents the Future of Contact Centers?

Monet Software

The lasting impacts of COVID-19 are unknown but the accelerated shift to the remote call center workforce management is likely to endure. Will remote agents continue to represent a significant proportion of the call center workforce?

The Morale Doctor is In

Monet Software

How to treat employee burnout and reinvigorate call center engagement for the long haul. Do you feel it spreading through your contact center workforce? Burnout is a common job issue, and it’s associated with stress that hasn’t been sufficiently managed or mitigated.

Workforce Optimization Ushers in the Real-Time Contact Center

DMG Consulting

Workforce Optimization Ushers in the Real-Time Contact Center. It’s hard to overstate how much the contact center technology sector has progressed in the past 15 years. 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.)