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The Award for Most Persistent Driver of Change Goes To … (Part 2)

In the previous blog post, I introduced the director of global business process services at a leading enterprise technology company. The director set out on a journey to provide back-office managers with the data they needed to make effective decisions around employee productivity.  Part one covered the first four hurdles she had to overcome. Following […]

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Looking Ahead: 2017 Business Challenges and Opportunities

As you start to finalize 2017 planning for your organization, have you looked “outside in” and gathered ideas and insights from other organizations for the customer engagement optimization elements of your planning? Considerations for a well thought out customer engagement strategy include determining how you can enrich customer interactions, improve business processes, and optimizing the […]

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Why Knowledge Management Is Important

Verint’s John Chmaj, senior practice director for knowledge management, recently shared his thoughts with the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) about why knowledge management can be a potential game changer. Organizations interested in developing loyal, long-term customers—not to mention more satisfied employees—should consider taking a look at the many advantages that knowledge management offers. Read […]

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Social Customer Engagement Requires Agility

Business agility has been described as the ability for organizations to sense, prioritize and act. First a business must be able to rapidly sense an opportunity or threat to its business. It must then have the ability to prioritize and evaluate potential responses to these challenges. And finally, it must be able to act effectively, if […]

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Going “Back to the Future” with Silos

In another life, as “Bob the Movie Man,” I am a prolific film reviewer—so, I often frame business problems in terms of famous movies. For those old enough to remember “Back to the Future,” Marty McFly jumped into Doc Brown’s souped-up DeLorean and traveled back in time. What would happen if Marty got into the […]

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The Award for Most Persistent Driver of Change Goes To … (Part 1)

The Director of Global Business Process Services at a global enterprise information technology company came to a realization many years ago. The managers of back-office operations were at a handicap due to a lack of data and no standard, consistent program for workforce management (WFM). The corporation had been using the Verint Workforce Management (WFM) […]

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Verint Speakers: Robotics, Knowledge Management—and Using Customer Insights Wisely

Future Branches November 29 – December 1; La Jolla, California Verint’s Jenni Palocsik, solutions marketing director, will participate in a panel discussion on December 1 titled “Avoid Bright Shiny Object Syndrome: Using Technology the Way Your Customer Needs It” at 12:55 p.m. ET. Buying the latest tools doesn’t necessarily make them right for your customers. […]

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Revealing the Long-Term Costs of Building an Advanced Cyber SOC

Aware of the dangers and probability of suffering a data breach, organizations are rethinking their security posture. They realize that the traditional prevention-based security model, based on signature-based perimeter tools, is no longer effective against advanced cyber threats. To avoid being the next victim of a high-profile data breach, organizations are seeking advanced and post-breach […]

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Building a Knowledge Management Business Case

During the first two webinars in our Knowledge Is Power series, we learned how Knowledge Management, when done well, can provide tremendous benefits to your customers, employees and organization. We all probably know that KM drives business outcomes, but how does it generate value? How can you build a credible business case?  How can you […]

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Desktop Process Analytics: The Overlooked Overachiever

I originally wanted to title this blog “Answering the Musical Question: How Do You Know What You Don’t Know If You Don’t Know That You Don’t Know It?” Then I realized that the title had so many characters that it would pretty much exclude me from Tweeting about it, so I decided to back off […]

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