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Published on: August 10, 2010
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 3 pages
The back office has an identity issue. For many organizations it can be an operational enigma – the domain of a vast volume of transactions that involve complex processes and systems that are sometimes difficult to measure. Understanding how to manage many different types of back-office tasks in the most consistent and efficient manner is a perplexing challenge. Customers may not see very far beyond their contact center interactions, but the quality of their experiences is indirectly influenced by the effectiveness of back office employees’ performance.
This paper will describe how automated workforce optimizations solutions can increase the productivity of back-office operations while decreasing costs. Continue reading to learn how to improve the customer experience while decreasing required staffing through predictive modeling.