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In fact, by 2022, CCaaS will be the favored model for 50 percent of contact centers, with a market value of 10.06 billion dollars.
Fremont, CA: Contact center agents are increasingly allowed to work from home or outside the call center. As a result, many businesses are shifting their customer experience (CX) infrastructure to the cloud to accommodate remote agents better. It has resulted in a surge in demand for Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) solutions, currently sweeping the market. In fact, by 2022, CCaaS will be the favored model for 50 percent of contact centers, with a market value of 10.06 billion dollars.
When moving the contact center to the cloud, there are a few critical factors to make before a firm can be confident in its CCaaS solution.
• Using customer data intelligently.
Some systems offer extensive capabilities for tailoring interactions and messaging based on client data. Agents can obtain advice on how to utilize data to handle client concerns by using cloud-based desktop tools. Proactive recommendations of fresh approaches for the agent to adopt during a client engagement get also provided by powerful contact center solutions.
• AI/ML technologies to enhance customer communications
Contact center agents may deliver better customer care at a cheaper cost using omnichannel cloud contact center capabilities. Contact centers may create automated experiences and conversational interfaces using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technology that can get incorporated into any cloud-based application or agent tool. Speech-to-text and natural language processing (NLP) features enable smooth switching between voice and text chat channels. It allows agents to meet consumers in their preferred communication medium, providing simpler access between digital channels.
• DevOps for continuous innovation and optimization
While DevOps began as a technique for software development, the fundamental goal of DevOps is to move new developments and business initiatives forward more quickly. Contact centers may use DevOps approaches to make the most of their new, agile technology. They have cloud-based platforms that allow them to adapt to new technology and capabilities more quickly. Contact centers, for example, may now teach DevOps concepts to their IT teams to provide faultless, defect-free customer experiences that get tailored to the demands of the company's client base. Contact centers can use continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) in the same way that apps use DevOps.