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Smartphones and unified call center reporting

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Benefits of using a smartphone in the call center.

Benefits of using a smartphone in the call center.

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  • 1. Smartphones and Unified Call Center Reporting A smartphone is a mobile phone that combines the traditional phones features and advanced computing and connectivity capabilities according to Wikipedia. The advanced features include email, text messaging, browsing, interactive maps and calendar functions to name just a few business applications. For the call center manager the smartphone provides constant contact with the call center reporting tools from Spectrum. A reporting solution must provide reports, alerts and allow for proactive response from the manager to be an effective and efficient reporting solution. Smartphones have the features that offer this type of functionality and Spectrum takes full advantage of those features. Reports and Alerts An alert can take many forms above are just two ways that a manager can be alerted to the current status of the call center. Graphics give a tremendous overview of the call center which is easy understand and react to. A spreadsheet report could be run as a web page with drill down if the manager wanted to go to the next step. Or a simple email notification that presents the status of the call center may be more appropriate for the manager. Proactive Response:
  • 2. Productive and efficient managers use their smartphones to proactively respond to a change in status in the call center. Using remote log in a manager is quickly able to send a message to the group, team leader or even to an agent and provide immediate direction and support. The benefits of utilizing a smartphone in the call center are: 1. Call center manager productivity is enhanced with scheduled and ad hoc reports; 2. The manager and senior executives can remain mobile and receive alerts when thresholds and variances have exceeded the goals; 3. Agents and team leader benefit from positive reinforcement messages from the manager. Call center managers are very mobile and need the ability know what is going on in the call center but to also reply and respond to changes in the status of the call center. Using a smartphone as part of Unified Call Center Reporting managers receive on going updates from the call center, are alerted when a threshold or a variance has occurred and are able to reply and respond quickly and effectively. Spectrum is a leading provider of Unified Contact Center Reporting. Contact Spectrum today to learn more about Contact Center Activity Monitoring and Unified Reporting. Follow Spectrum Corporation: • SlideShare • LinkedIn • Blog Dan Boehm VP Sales and Marketing Spectrum dan@specorp.com 713 986 8839

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