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Entries Tagged ‘Big Data’

Organizational Agility Hampered by Data Quality

A recent Insurance Networking News article by Nathan Golia (@NathanGolia) references a West Monroe Partners’ study on data analytics in insurance companies that found “Two-thirds of the 122 respondents to the survey said data quality and accuracy was the greatest challenge to advanced analytics.” But when done right, the use of quality data analytics can […]

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Five Steps to Transform Data into Actionable Intelligence

One complaint we hear often in the age of Big Data is that we now have too much data.  You may ask: How do I dig through all the noise and find the data that truly helps me measure and manage my operations?  Here are five steps to break through the noise and transform data […]

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Highlights from Customer Engagement LIVE! Part Two

As you may have read in part one of this blog series, one of the primary objectives of the Customer Response Summit in Austin, Texas last month was to “identify best practices and discuss innovative ideas on how to serve customers through emerging channels.” Verint hosted an interactive general session at the conference called “Customer Engagement LIVE!” […]

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Strengthening Customer Engagement and Reducing Cyber Complexity

Squiz Summit September 8; Sydney, Australia Verint’s David Moody, vice president and global practice leader, government and public sector, will present “1+1=WOW: The Benefits of Bringing Together Technologies That Were Made for Each Other” at 2:15 p.m. AEST. Web content management systems, enterprise search and CRM are most often purchased by different departments—such as communications […]

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The 2016 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Speech Analytics

As organizations place increasing value on what their customers think and feel, the potential in evaluating a customer’s actual words cannot be overstated. The effects of understanding and then acting on this information can positively affect how all departments prioritize their work. Recently I spoke to Speech Technology and highlighted how speech analytics technology can […]

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Verint Speakers: Combatting Fraud and Understanding Your Customers

CRM Magazine – Roundtable Webinar March 2; Webinar Verint’s Greg Sherry, vice president, marketing, will present “Why Voice of the Customer Is Essential Now—Understand What Customers and Prospects Are Thinking Before It’s Too Late” at 2 p.m. ET. To successfully connect with customers and prospects, it’s essential to understand their wants and needs. However, the […]

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Verint Speakers: Meeting Rising Expectations and Why Bad Things Happen to Good Data

destinationCRM.com Roundtable Webinar February 10; Webinar Verint’s Scott Hays, vice president, global solutions marketing, will present as part of a roundtable called “How to Meet Rising Customer Service Engagement Expectations” at 2 p.m. EST. It’s growing increasingly clear that people want today’s customer service environments to help them get things done right—and fast. So, what […]

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Connecting the Data Points for Better Response

The volume, velocity and variety of data are increasing like never before, so how do we take this data and turn it into actionable intelligence? I’ll share an example where a tragedy might have been prevented had the pieces of the data puzzle been put together. In February 2010, Andrew Joseph Stack III, crashed a […]

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Top 5 Predictions for Government and Public Sector Customer Service, Part 2 – 2016 Predictions

Now that I’ve graded my performance on my predictions for government and public sector customer service in 2015, it’s time for my Top 5 predictions for 2016. Enjoy! Digital First Software Rationalization 2015 was meant to be a year of optimism but economic difficulties in countries around the globe have dampened things, leading to a […]

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Security in 2016: Looking Back and Looking Forward

As the world celebrated the New Year, safety was on people’s minds around the world. Many took time to review some of the events that helped define 2015. The Paris attacks, the university shooting in Kenya and the violence associated with Charlie Hebdo further elevated security concerns and helped propel organizations to strongly evaluate security programs, […]

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