Motivate Your Call Center Team with Gamification

So, you’ve probably heard of the term gamification- but what does that even really mean? Or most importantly, how could it actually be useful in your contact center? In the video below, we answer those questions and more. Take a look!  👀     Don’t have headphones to listen to the video? Take a few […]

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Thankful for Pumpkin Pie, Eggnog, and You!

As the temperature begins to drop and the holidays approach, we’d like to take this time to reflect on another great year! Brightmetrics truly is the company that we are today because of our wonderful team. We are constantly striving to deliver the best reporting, business insights, and support to our customers.   To add, […]

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TMI Much? Not with Brightmetrics

Managing others can be stressful. Of course, it’s rewarding to see your employees grow, change, and succeed. But, let’s face it, sometimes it’s tough being the one in charge… heavy is the head that wears the crown (and all that stuff). via GIPHY   I’m sure you can relate. 😏   And to prove this, […]

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Reflections on the Rise of AI in Customer Experience

Regardless of whether you’re a Millennial that’s grown up acclimated to Siri ordering your Starbucks for you, or if you’re like me and grew up with some (healthy) suspicion of Skynet, the reality is that AI is busting into the customer experience scene. What’s more, it is also likely doing so with potentially major impacts […]

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Time Synchronization and Mitel MiVoice Connect Reporting

Have you ever had discrepancies in the reporting and analytics you pull that show overlapping legs of a call? Or is it that the times just don’t seem to match up logically? Does it make you so frustrated you feel like shoving your computer across your desk?   via GIPHY   Me too.   And […]

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The Top 4 ECC Charts Any Contact Center Can Benefit From

There are so many things to worry about in the workplace. For example, wondering who took the last of the coffee without making another batch is a common one we experience here in our office. Some other examples include: 1) the volume levels during our weekly cornhole tournament 2) debating about what (really similar but […]

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