BUSINESS COMMUNICATION| 5 MIN READ
How Cloud-Based Contact Center Software Can Solve Challenges of a Remote Workforce
While high-speed internet connections and laptops give employees access to email and many of the software applications necessary to do their job, it doesn’t solve the larger issues caused by a decentralized workforce.
Supervisors lose the ability to monitor employee activity individually or as a whole. As corporate phone systems are replaced with mobile phones, communication between management, staff, and customers becomes fragmented and disorganized.
Looking to the industry that’s already solved this problem
The cloud-based telephony software used by modern contact centers is capable of addressing the most extreme business cases for mobilizing and supervising an entirely remote workforce. However, not all contact center communication software is built on a platform that can be configured and implemented by a company’s existing administration staff.
Choosing a solution that existing staff can implement and manage
Our completely cloud-based software is easily accessed through a web browser and will work with a company’s existing desk phones that are VOIP/SIP-enabled. Or, employees can use a simple, inexpensive soft phone (headset). With many parents juggling children at home during the current COVID-19 crisis, a wireless headset is an incredibly effective option.
However, the major benefit of deploying a cloud contact center solution is the visibility and real-time analytics and monitoring it provides supervisors. Real-time dashboards and reporting features ensure business activity and communication with customers and prospects is being performed as expected.
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