With an emphasis on delivering souped-up anlaytic capabilities to understand customer conversations across any channel, at scale and in real-time, both eGain and NICE Systems announced new platform soultions
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VBC London 2014 (Voice Secuirty & Authentication Conference, Nov 18-19) brings together executives and decision-makers who are integrating voice into multi-layered and multi-factor communications for authentication and security fabrics
West Interactive and Interactive Intelligence Partner to Broaden Cloud-based and Hybrid Contact Center Offerings
West Interactive and Interactive intelligence form partnership to sell, service and support each other’s portfolio, delivering impactful changes in the roadmaps of both companies.
At the launch event, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos positioned MayDay as an alternative to the dreaded “Droid Forums.”
VBC San Francisco 2014 speakers strike a balance between experienced security specialists, financial services professionals, mobile mavens and customer experience executives
NICE Systems has created a “Seamless™ Passive Enrollment process” that leverages previous call recordings to create voiceprints that can be used to confirm each caller’s identity in the background during a call into a company’s contact center
Updated Experience Portal and Orchestration Designer Differentiate Avaya’s Aura Multi-channel Customer Care Offering
In anticipation of the upcoming Enterprise Connect trade show, Avaya is showcasing a newly updated and globalized Aura® Experience Portal (version 7.0).
CaféX’s products deliver on WebRTC’s promise of initiating a live stream of audio or video from a Web browser without requiring a customer to download and install a client or plug in.
Opus Research is pleased to announce José Ignacio Zorrilla, with Banco Santander Mexico, will present key findings from a new contact center strategy for customer authentication in a keynote presentation for Voice Biometrics Conference San Francisco (May 14-15, 2014). With… Read More ›
Observing that it has seen 55% growth in its core platform revenue over the past two years, Redwood City-based LiveOps is undergoing some fundamental, though predictable, changes.