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Avaya Helps AMEA’s Midsize Businesses Raise the Bar for Customer Experience

Avaya announced a new version of the company’s contact center platform that enables midsize businesses to rise above the competition by offering a superior, omnichannel customer experience. Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 is a true, end-to-end solution with the advanced features and tools customers expect, but the simplicity and affordability needed by midsize business.

Research data finds that 60% of consumers surveyed stated their expectations for customer service are higher now than they were just one year ago[1]. In addition, by 2020 customer experience is expected to surpass product and price as the key brand differentiator[2]. Finally, Aberdeen Group (2015) research shows significant increases in customer retention, profitability and growth for those companies that deliver best-in-class customer experiences over those that don’t.

Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 extends Avaya’s industry leading contact center innovations that deliver efficient, personalized customer service, lower costs, and increase profitability. Midsize companies can quickly and easily define and deploy an omnichannel strategy that encompasses the entire customer journey, from proactive, outbound capabilities, multi-channel self and assisted service, through real-time and historical reporting and integration with CRM packages. Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 dramatically simplifies the ability to provide that best-in-class experience with the following new capabilities for ease of use and simplification:

Avaya IP Office Contact Center is optimized for use with Avaya IP Office software, and is available in multiple deployment options, including premises-based, hybrid or pure cloud. 

Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 is globally available now in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.

“Customer expectations continue to rise and change, requiring companies to develop a far broader set of capabilities for their customer interactions. To be successful today, midsize businesses must be able to respond swiftly, efficiently and accurately to their customers no matter which channel of interaction – or combination of channels – customers choose. The new features in Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 help contact centers quickly define and deploy their customer service strategy to proactively manage the entire customer lifecycle with the simplicity, flexibility and tools needed to improve the quality of customer interactions," said Karen Hardy, vice president, Avaya Customer Engagement Solutions

“Midmarket companies in the AMEA region face the same challenges as larger enterprises to deliver the experiences that customers in today’s digital world take for granted. Avaya IP Office Contact Center 10 provides a feature-rich solution that midsize businesses can deploy quickly and easily – without breaking the bank to do so. Customers know they have a trusted solution that can develop according to their business needs,” said Khalid Khan, Mid-market Director, Asia, Middle East and Africa, Avaya

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