Security and privacy are key elements that play a major role in a company’s success. The first major privacy and security element is providing the customer privacy. If the customer feels that they and/or their information isn’t secure, they are not likely to stay with that company. This means that the company has no customers and for the company existing without customers means it essentially fails. Therefore, customer privacy is a key element towards the importance of privacy and security for a company as a whole.Read more
nir.simionovichOctober 7, 2018Airline , Banking , Cloudonix , CPaaS , food delivery , Health , ride share , Show on Home PageAirline, Cloudonix, Contact Center, Contextual Communications, Insurance, Security, Use Case
0800 numbers, we have come to love them. They had become so rooted into our culture and economic system, that in some countries, they are a regulatory requirement for enterprises facing consumers. Can you imagine your life without calling your credit card company or your bank? If they don’t supply you with an 0800 number, …Read more
The CPaaS revolution (Communications Platform as a Service) officially started almost 10 years ago. It’s roots can be traced back to the original inception of the Open Source communications disruption, when open source projects such as Asterisk and Kamailio had been adopted by carriers and start-ups worldwide, to create brand new services and business opportunities.Read more
The customer service that is offered by call centers is being progressively offered at the expense of the customer and high costs. Far too often customers are forced to waste good portions of their day attempting to reach a representative that can help them or punching in policy numbers and repetitively verifying themselves for security purposes. All of these issues and more are eradicated by call centers that has implement contextual communications as part of their service.
Imagine for a minute that it’s a beautiful day out and you’re driving alone down a suburban road singing along with the radio. You pull up to a four-way stop, see you are the only car there, and proceed through the intersection…