UCStrategies Industry Buzz | September 30, 2016|
In this Industry Buzz podcast, the UCStrategies Experts discuss the recent disruption in the Contact Center industry. The Experts welcome guest Chris Vitek of WebRTC Strategies, author of this recent article on No Jitter, Communications-as-a-Feature: How Salesforce Will Replace Your ACD. Topics also include the future of the industry, is the traditional contact center going away, and the Genesys acquisition of Interactive Intelligence.
Listen to the podcast here (total run time 52:35).
Refer to the time codes below for each speaker:
- Blair Pleasant
- Chris Vitek (2:15)
- Phil Edholm (12:18)
- Melissa Swartz (16:21)
- Chris Vitek (17:45)
- Michael Finneran (19:00)
- Don Van Doren (22:09)
- Steve Leaden (29:17)
- Jon Arnold (39:10)
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