In the last 20 years, more and more customers have turned towards banking and finance networks thus influencing the way that banking data is managed. On the downside, financial scandals as well as cases of cybercrime and money laundering have become more frequent, too. As a consequence, the last years have seen a number of new directives or the amendment of existing ones that aim at facilitating tracking transactions. But what does this imply for the retention periods of recorded calls? What exactly happens with the data - from the call to the archive?
The ways that contact centers engage with customers have changed with the emergence of mobile devices and omni-channel options. What hasn’t changed is the demand for prompt and efficient service, regardless of the communication channel. With a workforce optimization solution, you have access to a wealth of insightful information on contact center performance. So how to unlock the full potential of your customer experience with valuable insights into every interaction? Chris Wearne, Managing Director United Kingdom at ASC Technologies AG, gives some insights on what role Interaction Recording, Quality Management, Coaching & Learning and Analytics do play and how it is used by customers from ASC and Mitel.
At present, a telephone is still the most important communication channel, especially regarding sensitive or urgent matters. But of course, the digital transformation does not stop at telephone customer support – so what changes are contact centers facing? In an interview with Jacob Nimocks, Director Solutions Consulting at ASC Americas, he discusses trends and challenges and shows the importance of communication recording and analysis for contact centers.
Swiss banks count among the most important in the world and enjoy an excellent reputation. And in Switzerland, too, the financial sector is one of the most heavily regulated sectors of the economy. As a result, the regulation of banking and the financial market by means of the secure recording and archiving of financial transactions by phone plays a major role.
In times of digitalization and working environment 4.0, New Work has become a key word. New Work is about finding meaningful work for oneself. But the transformation can only succeed if attitudes and corporate culture change simultaneously. Ann-Kathrin Müller, Director Business Development at ASC, in an interview about New Work, collaboration and her personal favorite collaboration tool.
Three out of four companies are already using services from the cloud. In our study “Communications 4.0 – Communication and Collaboration in the Cloud” we present drivers, chances, and challenges. Here comes a summary of the most important results of our cloud study.