Cloud technologies continue to dominate IT conversations about deployment options. Professional pundits opine while boardrooms question whether Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions can deliver the same level of functionality as their on-premises brethren. The question they should ask is how they can preserve customer experience — it’s the heart of any successful deployment.
Entrusted to monitor and troubleshoot some of the world’s largest networks, Empirix’s service assurance platform, Diagnostix, formerly known as E-XMS, is capable of monitoring both hybrid and pure cloud-native 5G networks. This puts Empirix in a unique position to support communication service providers who have identified a migration path for their networks to 5G.
Can your contact center handle peak traffic? You may have successfully prepared for natural disasters when you had plenty of advance notice, but what if a storm takes everyone by surprise?
IT and contact center leaders are embracing hybrid. Cloud-based applications, including IVR, often boast lower TCO than legacy, on-premises models. Moving to cloud can seem disruptive; ensuring that patches, upgrades or new technology deployments go smoothly is a critical part of a successful migration plan. But knowing these three secrets will push you a step closer to your successful cloud-based IVR migration.
Earlier this year, we introduced Hammer Cloud Platform (HCP), our SaaS solution that combines functional, regression, systems integration, performance, and customer experience testing into one platform.
It’s no surprise that companies large and small are looking to cloud-based technologies to help them solve modern business challenges and reduce operational costs. But the reality is that IT professionals must be thoughtful about which hosting and deployment strategies are best for their businesses.
With unlimited access to information, today’s customers are educated. They know what they want, they want it fast and loyalty is optional. In fact, 47% of customers will take their business to a competitor within 24 hours of having a negative experience.
Diagnostix, Empirix’s end-to-end network monitoring platform, offers some exciting new features in its latest release. Customers who upgrade to Diagnostix 6.2 can look forward to the following capabilities…
Imagine a single, executive dashboard that provides the entire enterprise with complete visibility into network and service performance, as experienced by the customer. A Quality of Experience (QoE) value combines Quality of Service (QoS) and voice of the customer KPIs to diagnose, and even prevent network and service issues before they occur. Watch this video to learn more.
We’ve already discussed the benefits of leveraging DevOps in your contact center. Now we’ll cover how to get started. The transition can be challenging, especially for enterprises with rigid processes, but the positives greatly outweigh the negatives.