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.
This year’s Genesys conference, CX17, was hosted in Indianapolis, Indiana, which is also the headquarters of its latest acquisition, Interactive Intelligence. The event was full of people and excitement around seeing both product lines come together—and the Empirix team was ready to match that excitement with the celebration of our 25th anniversary of the Hammer Test platform!
Companies migrating to an Agile development methodology have seen the benefits of accelerating deployments with smaller, more focused feature sets per release, but they have also experienced the pain of grouping those feature sets into workable code capable of being released to the public—without sacrificing quality.
We’ve partnered with some of the world’s leading service providers not only for service assurance, but for contact center assurance testing and test automation as well. Making the business case for SIP Trunking in 2016 seemed akin to making the business case for combustion engines.
MDT (Minimization of Drive Test) is a 3GPP feature first released in Release 10, which was frozen in 2011. And yet, it has not yet made a major impact in the marketplace despite it now being 5 years later.
Conducting end-to-end CTI tests can be daunting, even to the most experienced professional. Yet if a few simple rules are followed, the level of effort and complexity in running a successful test can be reduced dramatically.
There is a perception in many enterprises that firewalls and security measures are only needed to protect vast sources of stored corporate or consumer data. Voice after all is inherently secure right? Not exactly.
It’s ironic but most QA engineers spend the vast majority of their time doing something other than testing. Those other activities include setting up and tearing down environments, reading documentation, writing test plans, interfacing with engineers, and creating reports.
Many quality initiatives are doomed to fail right from the start. There are a number of reasons for this failure including that the initiative was just an afterthought to an ongoing project or worse, part of an ill-defined long term strategy. Organizations with contact centers and IP telephony environments need to ensure their customers have […]
Customer experience in the contact center is paramount in customer retention. Technical issues, even minor ones, can have an enormous impact on a consumer’s perception of a company.