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Entries Tagged ‘employee productivity’

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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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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Uncover. Analyze. Improve. Automate.

We want our operations to run more smoothly, efficiently and productively. We need insights into how and where we can make changes to help achieve better results. We strive to allocate resources and effort for improved outcomes. How can you tackle these business challenges? I recommend the following strategy: Uncover. Analyze. Improve. Automate. Uncover – […]

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Gamification Is the HOW of Performance Management

Performance management lets employees, managers and the organization know where they are achieving or falling short of their goals. But knowing where you need to improve—and how to improve—are two different things. Gamification solutions such as Verint Gamification provide the how. It helps managers understand how to engage, influence and motivate employees—presenting employees with learning […]

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20 More Examples of Processes for Robotic Process Automation

Interest in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) remains high. More and more organizations are exploring the potential use of software robots to automate tasks or entire processes using desktop applications to improve their operations. This often aligns with the ongoing need to improve productivity and quality without increasing team size.   Another significant benefit of RPA […]

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A New Enterprise Approach to Process Improvement Drives Customer Value

Most process improvement initiatives start as a reaction to a missed goal in a division or workgroup. The managers overseeing this division decide to improve the process to try and improve outcomes. Yet, this approach may be flawed from the start. Improvements made in silos fail to account for activities related to the process that […]

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Verint Speakers: Humanizing Customer Engagement in a Digital World

CRM Xchange Virtual Conference November 3; Best Practices Roundtable Verint’s Rajeev Venkat, senior director, solutions marketing, will present “E2 = CEO” as part of the “Best Practices in 60 Minutes” roundtable at 4 p.m. ET with an emphasis on employees and the enterprise for successful Customer Engagement Optimization (E2 = CEO). Venkat will also discuss […]

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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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