I recently watched the Belmont Stakes to see whether a thoroughbred named California Chrome could win horse racing’s coveted Triple Crown. While viewing the race, I was struck by how it doesn’t matter how quickly you start, or how many competitions you’ve won before. What matters is how you finish, or–in business terms–how you deliver.
Cisco is focused on delivering business-relevant customer care solutions that help companies succeed with their own customers. That’s one reason why I was delighted to learn that, for the third year in a row, Gartner rated Cisco highest in “Ability to Execute” in the 2014 Contact Center Infrastructure Magic Quadrant. Gartner bases vendors’ “Ability to Execute” on a number of criteria–including the quality, overall breadth, and maturity of their applications, customer support capabilities, and their ability to deliver solutions that enable contact center operations in formal contact centers in companies, outsourcers, and service providers.
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