Voice over LTE (VoLTE) is the holy grail for Mobile Operators. It’s the final step in having a single all IP network offering better user experience, greater cost efficiencies and accelerated technology paths. Along with that, it brings a way to tackle existing OTT-type players by providing differentiated Voice Quality of Service (QoS). In fact, most Telecoms-focused conferences and publications talk continually about Voice over LTE (VoLTE): what it is, what it will offer and, more significantly, when it is coming.
The first step when considering testing contact center networks is to make you have a clear set of goals that others in the organization buy into. Your test plan can affect many other departments in your company beyond the contact center: marketing, finance, etc. You need to get them to buy in and you need to make sure the tests you’re performing covers their needs as well.
With Empirix Testing as a Service (ETaaS), companies can more effectively validate authentication and enrollment applications that utilize voice biometrics to authorize users, as well as the voice response and mobile applications they front-end. By testing performance and identity fraud scenarios prior to deployment with ETaaS, companies can speed deployment cycles, cut project costs and preempt customer-impacting issues.
Empirix Inc., a market leader of service quality assurance solutions for end-to-end comprehensive customer experience management of mobile broadband and IP-based communications systems, today announced an expanded agreement with Avaya, a global provider of business communications and collaboration solutions and services.
Empirix’s UC Assurance Platform is the industry’s only end-to-end testing and monitoring platform for multi-channel systems. It empowers network operators and enterprises to test their voice and video applications in the pre-deployment stage and, once deployed, maintain a consistent standard of quality as these applications evolve over time.
Amtrak serves more than 500 destinations in 46 states and three Canadian provinces with more than 21,000 miles of track. On average, more than 74,000 customers ride an Amtrak train each day, and more than 45,000 customers call into the Amtrak contact center each day, which operates for 24 hours every day.