If We Could Save Time In a Bottle, Would We? Time Distortion and the Contact Center
Time distortion is a common inflection point for positive or negative customer interactions. This is very true when managing a contact center.
Cisco Contact Center in action at Google Cloud Next Conference
We are excited to participate at Google’s Cloud Next conference where we are announcing enhancements to some of the solutions we are building with Google.
Announcing the New Cognitive and Collaborative Contact Center
Today I’m thrilled to highlight some exciting enhancements we’re unveiling at Enterprise Connect, that leverage the power of cloud analytics and AI. We’re calling it Cognitive Collaboration for the contact center.
Enterprise Connect 2019: Discover the X factor in the New Webex and Cisco Contact Center
Cisco will soon launch a new kind of intelligence that will change how we connect and collaborate with people. Join us at Enterprise Connect 2019 as we reveal the X Factor to the world.
Shaping the Future of Contact Centers and Customer Experiences
In the words of author and entrepreneur Seth Godin, “It’s easier to love a brand when the brand loves you back.” So how do you love your customer back? Companies that put their customers at the center of everything they do can make transformational changes to their business and their customers’ experience.
Analysts’ Day: The Experts are Impressed with Cognitive Collaboration
Industry analysts validate Cisco's vision of cognitive collaboration, that the enormous power of AI will help us leverage instantly available, accessible data to better communicate and collaborate.
Customer Journey Solutions Release 12.0 has arrived
Customer Journey Solutions Release 12.0 enhances on-premises and hosted contact center solutions, including intuitive tools that enable agents to drive quicker resolution closure, creating more meaningful customer interactions.
Going Nowhere Fast?
Too much information can turn out to be not enough if the customer doesn’t receive the benefits and your value proposition is not enhanced by the interaction. To take action, put on your customer hat and walk a mile in their shoes – you’d be surprised that what is important may be different – and less complex – than you think.