Cloud computing provider Fusion Connect Inc. filed bankruptcy after a botched business plan and a pair of mergers piled on more debt than the company could repay.Read More
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Most people dread calling a customer service contact center. They'd rather chew on tinfoil than try to explain to an automated voice that they want to talk to a real person, and long hold times can leave people frustrated. Despite the bad rap, contact centers are an integral part of a company's customer relations. It's important that your customer service contact center be able to connect with your customers, resolve critical issues, and make customers feel as though they're being taken care of. To be effective, a contact center should rely both on great people and great technology.Read More
The future is fiber. As fiber is slowly being introduced to regions across the nation, many business customers find themselves wondering how it differs from traditional cable and telephone connections and how it can improve their day-to-day operations. Fiber optic cable is the fastest form of internet and data transfer currently available for wide-scale usage—and it's likely to eventually become industry standard. Here's everything you need to know about fiber optics and its advantages over the competition.Read More
From routing customers to providing self-service solutions, artificial intelligence is improving call center technology in a number of dramatic ways. Artificial intelligence is able to automate many of the more mundane business processes associated with call center operations, improving the experience for both the call center users and the call center employees. Through artificial intelligence, call centers will be able to operate at higher volumes with lower costs, as well as providing better customer service overall.Read More
Businesses often move locations for a variety of reasons, the most common being that the company has either grown or downsized and they need a new office to accommodate their current staff size. Other reasons businesses choose to move locations may be a too-small parking lot, a hike in rent, or extended construction going on nearby that makes it difficult for their customers to get to their office.Read More
Customer service is key in today's business world. Customers these days have the power to do their own research to compare products and services online, so companies need a way to stand out beyond this. How an organization reacts to customers and how they build their customer relationships go a long way in leading to a buyer choosing you over the competition. By improving upon your customer service, you can improve your customer acquisition and retention, and ultimately your bottom line. One way you can do so is through cloud communications.Read More
Is your business considering a switch to cloud-based communications? There are many cloud-based hosts available, but they may be very dissimilar in terms of features and benefits. Here are a few of the top features that you should be looking for when comparing different cloud-based systems after you've outlined the needs of your business.Read More
From fires to floods, natural disasters can strike at any time. June 1st through November 30th is hurricane season, which brings an increased risk of potential flooding and water damage. Businesses that rely upon their technical and communications infrastructure for core business processes will be particularly vulnerable to these types of disasters. Cloud communications services can help.Read More
Topics: Cloud Communications
Cloud communications are rapidly expanding through businesses in all industries. Yet there are some industries that find the technology even more worthwhile than the average. Education, real estate, and non-profit organizations are just a few of the industries that can substantially benefit. Here are a few of the things to consider about cloud communications technologies.Read More
Topics: Cloud Communications