Work Smarter, Not Harder, in the Contact Center
Those who work, and especially manage, in the contact center business are all too familiar with the problems and complaints inherent in that line of work: high stress, long hours and ungrateful callers are just a few of the myriad number of issues.
Keep Your Call Center Workers by Keeping Them Engaged
One of the major problems facing any business today is employee turnover, and no place shows more evidence of that than in call centers. Ask anyone involved in the hiring process, and they'll tell you that some centers have a nearly 100 percent turnover rate annually. It's a costly, vexing problem for many, but it doesn't have to be that way.
New Business Problem: Managing Contingent Workers
The advent of mobility has added extra challenges to the task of workforce management, and that's the easy part; even more complicating than a mobile workforce is the rise of contingent labor within a company.
Top 10 Ways To Boost Contact Center Agent Performance
This white paper touches on the ways your contact center can improve agent performance by using a call recording and quality monitoring solution. Improving agent performance has many benefits, including creating a healthy work environment, where teams of agents can collectively strive to achieve common goals. It also makes sense that improved agent performance will also yield an improved customer experience.
Benefits of Call Recording & Call Monitoring for a Call Center
This white paper touches on the many benefits your call center will receive when choosing to implement a call recording and call monitoring system. Beyond compliance concerns, there are also quality assurance gains to be leveraged from your recorded calls. Your recordings become assets, an inventory of data from which you can find emerging trends, performance flaws, identify your team's superstars, and ultimately, maximize your center's opportunities creating an environment of stellar customer service.