Contact Center Pipeline Magazine: Inside Our June 2019 Issue

Deliver a More Personalized Experience

We are seeing record numbers of low unemployment rates—the lowest in the past 50 years. Given the fact that contact centers, by their nature, are typically high turnover, making sure that we do the right things for our agents is critical. Our June issue includes several articles that discuss how to help our agents to be successful. You’ll also find tips and advice on hiring, retention, managing different personalities, retaining top talent and engaging our agents. Please check out our Inside View article this month featuring insights on culture and leadership from Origami Owl.

And, of course, we also cover other interesting, trending and timely topics like AI, omnichannel and personalized service. I hope you enjoy the June issue. I would love to hear your comments about our perspective on these topics.

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Contact Center Pipeline June 2019

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Deliver a More Personalized Experience
By Susan Hash
Customers are tired of being treated like numbers. Leveraging customer data to drive decision-making starts with planning and goals.

Time to Try Omnichannel… Again
By Lori Bocklund
Don’t settle for channel gaps. Start pursuing (or re-pursuing) omnichannel the right way.

A Memo About Your Demo
By Kathleen M. Peterson
Tips for the vendor community on how to improve the value of demos to contact center prospects.

Cognitive Collaboration, Artificial Intelligence and Music Nerds
By Paul Stockford
Cisco’s Cognitive Collaboration leverages AI to provide context and intelligence to the customer and agent experience.

Aryka Berry, Origami Owl
By Susan Hash
A leader who embodies the mission and core values of the brand.

Hiring for Retention: Using AI to Predict Which Job Candidates Will Be Successful
by Scott Bakken
Behavioral Predictive Voice Analytics is proving to be an effective tool for hiring and retaining top talent and enhancing customer experience.

Managing Different Personalities: The Platinum Rule
By Eric Berg
Personality assessments offer key insights on how to manage your team the way they want to be managed.

Say Goodbye to Agent Turnover, Not Your Agents
By Jeff Gallino
Retain your top talent by providing meaningful feedback, recognition and proper tools for the job.

Making AI Work in the Contact Center
By Chris Bauserman
When deployed to address targeted opportunities, AI adds significant value to CX outcomes and operational performance.

Engage Your Agents to Turn Around an Underperforming Contact Center
By Vicki Brackett
A 5-step approach to get your front line committed and involved in process change.

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Does Your Credit Union Need a Merger to Deliver Omnichannel Service?
By Stephen Pappas
Omnichannel customer service is a business opportunity for financial institutions of all sizes.

A Q&A with the Contact Center Virtual Summit’s Jim Rembach
By Linda Harden & Jim Rembach
A long-time industry expert is leading a new way for contact center professionals to virtually learn and participate in an industry conference.

Thank you to our June sponsors: 8×8, Alcor Consulting, Calabrio, Contact Center Nation, Customer Contact Strategies, Human Numbers, Jacada, LANtelligence, MusicWorks, NexTalk, NICE inContact, Panviva, PowerHouse Consulting, Sennheiser, Service Agility, Strategic Contact, Verint and WFMSG.

They help make Contact Center Pipeline possible!! Please visit all our sponsors in our Pipeline Directory!

Linda Harden
Linda Harden is President and Publisher of the monthly contact center management journal, Contact Center Pipeline. Our passion is to promote discussion, resources, events and services that impact the lives of our employees and customers. Each month, well-respected industry leaders, practitioners and consultants present their insights, strategies, best practices and lessons learned to help run an effective and efficient operation.