Activating smart working in a company in just one working day — is it technically possible, or it is just another marketing trick?
In the recent weeks and months, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many companies around the world have been struggling to provide their employees with tools that can enable them to work from home while maintaining the same level of productivity and availability.
This is especially true for those companies who never had the practice of remote working in place before the outbreak. Just a few months ago, smart working was simply “nice to have”, and was used only by a small percentage of companies. Today, it is no longer optional; it has become a must-have capability for every business as a means of survival.
In this blog post we will analyze, from a technical perspective, whether it is possible to quickly and seamlessly activate smart working in a small to medium scale company and how much time it will take.
Continue reading “What Does It Take to Activate Smart Working in a Company, from a Technical Standpoint?”
The age of first pregnancy has been on the rise for many years. Today, according to Eurostat, European women give birth to their first child at the age of 30.7, four years older than 30 years ago.
The main factor behind this change is that women want to progress in their careers before starting maternity.
While technology today allows women to take on these two roles, archaic ideas deeply rooted in collective thinking continue to lead women to believe that they must choose between career and motherhood.
Tallinn, Odessa, Trento, Lille, we went to meet the men and women who make up Wildix’s heart. They tell us how, thanks to unified communications technology, they are living their parenting and career to the fullest, shattering prejudices.
For this first part of our “Parenting with Tech” Saga, we interviewed Daria Koval, Purchasing Manager and mother of Olivia who, at the time of the interview, was 2 months old. Continue reading “Tech and Families: Becoming a parent and having a career is possible”
Eddy Chaed is a telecom specialist for Artelecom, a Belgian Wildix partner for 2 years.
In less than two years, Artelecom managed to make it onto the podium of Wildix’s Francophone partners. What could these Belgian friends have to share with us on Avaya, you ask?
Eddy Chaed and Albert Ruche, Artelecom’s two big names, sold Avaya systems for 18 years. Artelecom has risen four times to become the leading Avaya integrator in Belgium. Yet two years ago, they decided to join the blue ecosystem and as Eddy so aptly put it, “You’d have to be crazy to sell Avaya after installing Wildix.” Continue reading “Wildix VS Avaya: A battle won in advance!”
How to boost the performance of your customer service department and make your customers happy
Any company interested in growing is striving to win new customers and retain their existing ones. Your customers, in fact, have the same need. Let’s see how you can help them.
Would you agree that winning new customers and retaining the existing ones, for the most part, depends on the performance of the customer service department?
In this article we will see in detail some typical challenges that call agents face each day, that prevent the company from achieving its business goals, and how you can help them overcome these problems.
✔ Flexibility in managing agent opt-in/ opt-out option
In a critical situation, when there is a high load of incoming calls, call agents have no easy way of adding themselves to a call queue. They either have to depend on a system administrator to do it for them or to remember complicated procedures to do it via a dedicated Feature Code.
Let’s keep in mind that the primary tool used by contact center agents has always been, and still remains, the desk phone. What about a simple button that allows a call agent to opt-in/ opt-out of getting calls from the selected call queue directly from the desk phone?
Continue reading “Six common customer service problems that are killing the business growth”
There is a common uneasiness among “classic” system integrators:
“We are unable to grow”
Regardless of the daily effort, abilities and experience, year after year profit is stagnant.
Sales never really take-off as you would like, and the books cry month after month.
Have you ever thought about the obstacles that prevent you from growing like other companies in your area? Continue reading “The 6 obstacles that block the growth of the system integrator”