As internet users, we were all exposed to one of the most ridiculous debates of all-time a short while ago: Is the dress white and gold or blue and black? It was (clearly) blue and black. However this leads me into my next topic. As a user of contact center ACD software, what do I see? Let’s talk a bit about privileges. Continue reading White and Gold or Blue and Black?
I’m going to ramble a bit here about a personal experience I had a few days ago. I was calling in to Rogers to ask about their new tiers on Internet packages. The one that looks the most similar to mine, as far as details and pricing, is significantly better so I want to know if I can get a no hassle, no cost upgrade to this new tier. I eventually get sent to the Loyalty department, where after about a minute or so, I get put on hold. After about 15 minutes, Skype apparently decided I was connected for too long and disconnected or I hit the hold timeout for that queue, which is annoying in either case. However, while being on hold a few things popped into my mind. Continue reading Keeping callers (or me in this case) interested…or at least trying to
First off, we can say that both of these data structures are quite often referred to as IVRs. Let’s have a look at some of the main differences between the two in the Q-Suite. Continue reading PBX Auto-Attendants vs. CTI Dialplans
It’s been almost five years since the post was made in reference to capacity planning for large call centers using Asterisk. As we know, five years is almost an eternity in the world of technology. With that in mind, almost all of the information in that post is still relevant today in some way, shape, or form. Continue reading Blog Post Revisited: Capacity planning for large call centers using Asterisk