How coal-face customer interactions reduce compliance cost and improve integrity

Reading the business press, it’s clear that the cost and breadth of regulatory compliance has increased dramatically in the last few years. And the costs aren’t just incurred in the implementation of new systems and…

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Why full-service visibility is essential to your customer service standards

Trying to derive insight from your contact centre interactions is nothing new:  ever since agents have sat together in a room to make and take calls, people have been looking for ways to understand and…

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Have COVID and WFH become an excuse for poor performance?

I realise that this might be an unusually confrontational heading for a blog post and let me head off any potential arguments by stating that everyone at Liquid Voice understands the challenges many businesses have…

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Hybrid contact centres:  A source of happiness or headaches in 2022?

2022 promises to be yet another year of change and unknowns for contact centre managers, staff and end users as working practices and consumer behaviours continue to be fluid.

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Top 5 Predictions for Customer Interaction Analytics in 2022

We can’t believe that another year has passed and we’re again writing our predictions of the year to come, but yes, it’s time to again gaze into the Liquid Voice crystal ball and try and…

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Is This The Perfect Time To Transform Customer Engagement in Social Housing?

The past eighteen months have certainly been a challenging time for the social housing sector. Like many other contact centres, social housing providers have had to operate with the majority of their staff working from…

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Capturing, integrating & Quickly Analysing Evidence is Critical

Recent tragic events like the Plymouth shootings and the murder of MP Sir David Amess reaffirm the critical role that capturing video footage and interactions plays in being able to quickly investigate incidents and ascertain…

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Addressing the Risk Associated with Legacy Call Recordings

It is somewhat ironic that having recorded calls for many years for regulatory compliance, you now face a very real risk that these legacy recordings are non-compliant. Over recent years legislation regarding the capture, retention…

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Why Incident Reconstruction Is Critical For Rail Operators

It is critical that rail operators can respond quickly to incidents that happen on their network to not only minimise disruption to services, but to protect the safety of the public.

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How Speech Transcription Is Changing Our World

It’s not too many years ago that speaking to a computer that understood your instruction was considered science fiction, however today this is something we take for granted. We speak our searches into Google, Alexa…

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Recording Calls & Interactions in a World of Clouds

The world of corporate communications has been changing significantly over the past decade with the emergence of VoIP and growing take-up of cloud telephony platforms. According to Frost & Sullivan, around a third of all…

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Policy-Based Call Recording in Microsoft Teams

Within Microsoft Teams end-users have the ability to record a call or a meeting by simply clicking on the record button. This is what Microsoft calls Convenience Recording, the ability for an end-user to instigate…

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