Zoom Communications has made a number of significant additions to its customer experience services portfolio, with a Workforce Engagement Management site designed to help boost employee engagement and customer satisfaction in the contact centre.
The latest additions to the customer experience (CX) portfolio are said by Zoom to be fundamentally designed to help support teams create a better work methodology. The new Workforce Engagement Management suite is designed to bolster Zoom’s CX software offering by empowering users to scale team operations, optimise agent schedules, improve staffing challenges and agent engagement (Workforce Management), and provide valuable feedback and coaching opportunities to increase agent motivation and performance (Quality Management).
Both offerings are fully integrated with Zoom’s cloud contact centre for what is described as an “easy-to-use, intuitive and reliable” all-in-one offer.
Drilling deeper into the offerings, Zoom Quality Management is an AI-powered customer experience (CX) tool intended to allow contact centres to analyse customer interactions, improve agent performance and unlock key business insights.
Its main features include reviewing customer interactions, AI-powered speech analytics and establishing quality assurance. Zoom Workforce Management was built to ensure contact centre teams are equipped with the right number of agents to meet customer demands. Its main features include forecasting, scheduling and intraday management.
“Zoom Workforce Engagement Management suite removes the need for multiple vendors to help customer experience and support leaders streamline contact centre operations and transform their customer experience, all on one platform,” said Kentis Gopalla, head of Workforce Engagement Management and product ecosystem for Zoom Contact Center.
“The contact centre is at the heart of every customer experience, and the Workforce Engagement Management suite ensures that Zoom customers have everything they need to deliver excellence to their customers.”
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