ShoreTel has released a new version of ShoreTel Enterprise Contact Centre with enhancements driven by the needs of large enterprise customers.
ShoreTel Enterprise Contact Centre is increasingly being used by large organisations who have a need to service more customers – these days in whatever channel the customer choses to use, whether it’s voice, email, the web or a combination. As contact centers scale upward to address this need, they require more sophisticated tools to efficiently handle the traffic. Without such tools the only solution is to add more agents, which is not cost effective.
“Large enterprises in particular are looking for new ways to ensure the highest levels of customer care, and with this latest release, ShoreTel delivers greater support for multi-device, multi-channel interactions that will improve customer satisfaction while providing greater business insights at no additional cost,” said Pejman Roshan, vice president of product management at ShoreTel.
“The integrated chat and email features in Enterprise Contact Center have significantly improved our productivity and reduced our costs,” said Bret Didier, manager of contact center operations at MonaVie. “In particular, with the busy holiday season we’re able to maintain a high level of customer care and satisfaction without adding staff. Advanced features such as screen pops that help instantly verify caller ID and other data have helped our agents trim up to 15 seconds per call, and with almost half a million calls per year this means huge cost savings. ShoreTel has been far and away the easiest system to deploy, the most cost-effective to maintain, and has really helped MonaVie manage growth with scalable, simple architecture and tools.”
StepChange Debt Charity in the UK implemented ShoreTel Enterprise Contact Centre technology for more than 600 agents in order to help manage the ups and downs of call activity. For example, when the charity is receiving an influx of incoming calls, managers can move staff to different queues using the simple ShoreTel interface to make sure customers are quickly connected to the right advisor.
“Enterprise Contact Centre has helped to ensure that each inquiry is answered quickly and effectively, enabling our customers to reach a satisfying conclusion without the wait,” said Mike Gillard, helpline team leader at StepChange. “The reporting system has also been incredibly helpful, as I can now use the data available to create reports that can be shared with my managers and can help me quickly make important decisions.”
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