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While chatbots aren’t a new technology, they’ve only recently become a large part of the customer service landscape. Companies around the world embrace bots for their ability to handle everyday customer interactions without the need for human intervention.   Even if a chatbot can only give preprogrammed responses based on preset triggers, they are still impressive. Plus, they seemingly become more capable each day, especially with the...

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Keeping track of tech terminology is challenging. Many terms connect with one another and have a similar look or sound. User experience (UX) and customer experience (CX) fall in that category. And, while UX and CX are related, they represent incredibly different things.   What is UX?   UX typically refers to the mechanisms through which a user interacts with a digital product. This can include the visual design...

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With the new year on the horizon, companies typically spend a moment looking back. By examining various KPIs, you can do more than just measure your success; you can also set goals to ensure you stay on target the next year. By integrating contact center benchmarking best practices into the process, you can create a functional roadmap.   Contact Center Benchmarking Best Practices   Contact center benchmarking best practices...

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The customer experience (CX) is increasingly being viewed as a potential differentiator, a way to separate your company from the competition, drive customer engagement, and mold your brand’s reputation. While some businesses enlist the help of CX experts to ensure their strategy will yield positive results, many others decide to handle it in house. The leadership team assumes they know how to enhance the customer...

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As each year passes, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) increases. It is making its way into a variety of business systems, including those that impact the customer experience (CX). One of the most well-known versions is the chatbot, a conversation-driven tool that enables customers to get answers to basic questions or gather more information without speaking directly with an employee. However, this is far...

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Today, companies need to have robust solutions in place that are highly scalable. Often, many in-house contact center systems are innately limited, hindered by an organization’s existing infrastructure and hardware capabilities. By transitioning to a Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) solution, companies get a highly capable and scalable system delivered via the cloud.   With a CCaaS solution, businesses get the same functionality they would find...

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