Vocalcom was mentioned by Gartner Inc, in the Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Infrastructure report, published May 18, 2015. The report shows Vocalcom having aggressively grown their Cloud and managed service revenues.
This is the fifth year that Vocalcom has been mentioned by Gartner Inc, in the Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Infrastructure report. The report notes that Vocalcom’s Cloud Contact Center solutions demonstrate Vocalcom’s visionary and early-to-market approach for the next generation of cloud architecture.
“We’re thrilled to be mentioned in the Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Infrastructure for our Cloud Contact Center platform,” said Anthony Dinis, CEO of Vocalcom, ” Our top priority is to deliver omnichannel customer experience (CX) and contact center solutions, that best serve our customer’needs, so research that gives us insight into their motivations and ways of operating is invaluable to us. Vocalcom is setting a new standard for cloud contact center solutions and real-time customer engagement. We are delighted that our technology has been recognised to maximise customer connections in a way that is secure, differentiated and cost-effective”
We’d like to thank our 550,0000 users for their confidence, which we believe highlights Vocalcom as an innovative alternative to some of the more-traditional vendors.
“Our agents love Vocalcom because it offers the perfect balance of simplicity and power.” — Australian Credit & Finance
“Vocalcom is just easier and the only truly omnichannel contact center solution we found.” — ITV
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