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…
To better serve our rapidly growing European client base, we recently moved our local office to a new location in Maidenhead, Berkshire. The new Saint-Cloud Way office is a short distance from our previous location. After years of double-digit growth, we had no choice but to expand our footprint in England. The move is already paying off.
With customers at the heart of every company, organizations who align their business strategies with the evolving demands of their customer base have an advantage. Nowhere is this more true than in contact center environments, which carry the burden of providing a quality customer experience when it is most needed. Automated end-to-end testing and monitoring detects and prevents issues across your contact center IVR applications, infrastructure and networks before your customers are affected. Why put customer experience at risk?
A large US wireless carrier—boasting 73 million subscribers—needed increased monitoring coverage for their virtual hold technology (VHT) callback solution. VHT is a great way to control call traffic, reduce costs and increase customer satisfaction, however, they had no way to ensure the technology worked as planned.
The main goal of the event was to run multi-vendor interoperability test sessions among different Functions Under Test from different participants, mainly Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs), Management and Orchestration (MANO) solutions and NFV platforms.
Empirix OneSight serves as the key service-level and problem management engine for contact center operations and IT service management professionals. The latest release of the solution features automated Avaya Aura® profiles for key service-level metrics with out-of-the-box deployment capabilities. Users can establish service-level objectives with pre-existing profiles, and benefit from reduced time to deploy new technologies.
A pioneer in this space, Empirix, through its powerful Hammer Cloud Platform, is uniquely able to provide organizations with complete understanding of how customers experience omnichannel applications, all in a single solution optimized for application test automation. Known as the gold standard of testing, the latest version of Hammer enables QA, DevOps and IT teams to test and optimize quality for voice applications, mobile applications and contact center systems in the most robust and comprehensive manner, faster than ever.
Empirix will highlight how its clients are leveraging the powerful end-to-end Hammer Cloud Platform to optimize their customers’ experiences. In Indianapolis, Empirix is also the exclusive sponsor of the CX17 Party on Wednesday, May 24; this exciting event will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hammer solution.
With Hammer Sprint, both expert and novice users can easily configure stories and test behavior, with hundreds of tests automatically executed in minutes to avoid errors and reduce cycles from weeks to hours. Automated reporting enables organizations to quickly identify problem areas and eliminate defects earlier in the development process, thereby reducing costs. In addition, operations teams can reuse test cases for production monitoring and alerting.
Violent storms will likely become more common—as will, unfortunately, power outages. Utility companies are being more proactive about staging assets to be able to respond to outages when there is time to prepare, moving trucks, people and equipment into strategic locations to respond to reported outages. But what is being done to validate that their customers can call in when these outages occur?