It’s crazy how much technology is changing day by day and with that change comes the payment evolution. At first, it was paying by cash, then check, then phone, then text to pay! So what are the latest trends when it comes to payments?
Historically, many companies only think about IT Security when their business falls under regulatory compliance. However, IT security is something that every organization should be looking into. How harmful would it be to your organization if your data fell into the wrong hands?
From the first magical moment Siri answered questions during a 2011 Apple event, we knew that voice was going to become a major trend in computing, we just didn’t know when.
Keeping in touch within an office is easy, you take breaks, chat, have lunch, run into each other’s offices etc. With remote individuals, staying connected can be difficult, but through tools and procedure, we can bridge this gap.
We’re fortunate to have a great many incredible customers who give useful feedback and ideas. It’s like having a perpetually running focus group connected to our customer experience team.
Once upon a time, it cost an arm and a leg to get those “big business” phone features like an automated attendant all the way down to phone conferencing. This was known as a traditional PBX system.
Let’s start with the basics – IVR stands for Interactive Voice Response and in a nutshell, these systems can range from custom call flow trees you dial into, all the way to the sports updates that are sent right to your phone.
Someday your customer is going to leave you. Churn happens to every business regardless of size or industry. After all, it’s the event in the customer lifecycle stage that the retention process was created to prevent.
IVR’s have had a negative aura around them, primarily because like anything else, not caring about the user experience leads to terrible outcomes. Every channel, including IVR, has inherent drawbacks and limitations.
The payments industry is set to see dramatic changes in 2018. The emergence of new technologies & consumer payment trends will push many businesses to reflect on their own PCI-DSS liability, including what’s at stake for them if a breach occurs.
A cloud-based contact center platform that’s channel agnostic (voice, text, video, social, smart speaker) with a CRM that maintains customer state across channels? I’m in!
When and how will artificial intelligence take over the customer experience? The AI movement has started to take off and we are all learning how, where and when to use it. I don’t believe it will ever take over the entire customer experience, it does have its limitations just like humans. The advantage of AI […]