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How remote working could be the future of call centres?

  Working remotely can provide fantastic benefits for both employees and call centre owners and could help shape call centres of the future.  What is remote working? Remote working is where employees don’t need to be at a particular location such as an office and can work where ever they want. Most people prefer to work from home, however, you…

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Why we focus on customer service to grow our predictive dialler solution

Having been involved in the industry for several years and by speaking to various predictive dialler managers, we’ve discovered some of the biggest pain points about the industry. As the industry has progressed naturally the software has got better, more intuitive and offers greater reliability. However, one thing that we found that predictive dialler providers lacked, was a high level…

dialler-contracts

Why do dialler providers tie you into long term contracts?

Traditionally, dialler providers tied customers into long term contracts. The main reason for this was due to large outlays for equipment costs. So instead of high upfront fee’s call centres could spread the cost by committing to the provider. However, as technology has progressed, hosted diallers have become the preferred option and this removes high setup costs as less equipment…

setting up a contact centre

What do I need to build a successful contact centre?

There are many things to consider when starting a successful contact centre, using our knowledge of the industry, here are the main areas we believe you should think about. A Purpose for the Contact Centre Without a purpose, there is no point in starting a contact centre as you can’t just call people to have a chat. You’ll soon be…