Now that the warmer weather’s finally here, many of us are thinking towards our summer holidays, whether that’s walking in Wales or camping in Cornwall.
Contact centres which are using a VoIP-enabled system and broadband to allow their staff to work at home are reaping the benefits, especially during wintry conditions.
With the ultimate vision of Unified Communications in mind and seamless use of multiple channels, it is no surprise that every single system that Rostrvm has installed for contact centres in 2009 has included Voice over IP. Advances in technology have meant that VoIP now offers an infrastructure that enables many businesses – and not just
As businesses plan to meet the challenges presented by 2010, one of the items on many Christmas lists is VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol technology), in the contact centre. Call Centres like the fact that IP-based systems can work alongside existing PBXs and data systems, for cost-effectiveness. Rostrvm can mix and match traditional (TDM) telephony
The traditional view of the call centre as a specific place where customer contact takes place is becoming outdated. Increasingly customer interactions happen throughout an organisation combining front-line contact management in multiple locations and back-office support functions. An important element in any call centre deployment, and particularly in a distributed ‘virtual’ environment, is the cost
Frankly we wouldn’t be surprised if the mere mention of Voice over IP was enough to make you yawn with boredom and click on to the next blog --- but please bear with us and read on! Every man and has dog have been trumpeting Voice over IP (VoIP) as the best thing since sliced bread for