, 2016| UCStrategies | March 25
In this Industry Buzz podcast, Blair Pleasant moderates a conversation about changes in customer care and the contact center, and the growing significance of the customer experience. Blair is joined by UCStrategies Experts Don Van Doren, Roberta Fox, Jon Arnold, Phil Edholm, Evan Kirstel, Steve Leaden, Michael Finneran, Dr. Joseph Williams, and Melissa Swartz.
Listen to the podcast here (total run time 33:14).
Refer to the time codes below for each speaker:
- Blair Pleasant
- Don Van Doren (:55)
- Roberta J. Fox (5:29)
- Jon Arnold (7:33)
- Phil Edholm (10:25)
- Evan Kirstel (16:30)
- Steve Leaden (20:08)
- Michael Finneran (26:12)
- Joseph Williams (28:13)
- Melissa Swartz (30:38)
- Blair Pleasant (32:41)
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