Innovative combination of technologies and services driven by AI will evolve the call center, reduce costs and improve overall customer experience
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New AI-powered solution lets brands understand every corner of contact center performance, compare to industry benchmarks for the first time, and improve key metrics
LivePerson, Inc., a global leader in Conversational AI, today announced the launch of Performance Optimizer™, a new, AI-powered tool for brands to measure and manage the health of their conversational operations.
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Voximplant, the voice-first cloud communications company, today announced one-click integration of Google Cloud Dialogflow into Voximplant's full-featured CPaaS platform. The company that empowers businesses and developers to accelerate real-time voice, video and messaging solutions development, has just made AI and voice-driven application development faster and easier.
The business press is awash in articles proclaiming the revolutionary impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and speech analytics (SA) to reshape how humans interact with computer systems. However, those grand proclamations typically lack near-term applications that would support such a position. The good news is that we are starting to see real world implementations and the benefits of applying AI to customer interactions in the contact center space in real time, and those deployments are showing measurable hard dollar payoffs.
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If the primary objective of your project is to move your communications, collaboration or contact center to the cloud, then you are likely on the wrong path.
This is not to say that moving to the cloud is a bad thing; but rather, project objectives should be based on measurable business outcomes and then the appropriate solution, which may include a cloud-based solution, should be identified. Deciding to move to the cloud is putting the cart before the horse.