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VoiceSage To Sponsor ‘The Future Of The Contact Centre Conference’

14th November 2016 No Comments

Proactive customer contact service leader will be major presence at upcoming premier sector event

Dublin & Birmingham, 14 November, 2016 – Customer engagement services leader VoiceSage is delighted to announce it will be sponsoring Engage Customer’s Future of the Contact Centre Conference in February 2017.

The CPD-accredited event is scheduled for February 23, 2017 at the Victoria Park Plaza in London featuring a wide variety of topic streams and over 30 confirmed presentations.

Themes and areas of focus for the event are key issues facing the modern contact centre, from AI, Big Data, chatbots, the role of cloud, innovation and customer engagement. The event is hosted by Engage Customer, which since 2009 has been helping the global community of customer experience (CX) practitioners get the knowledge they need to devise and implement winning customer engagement strategies.

For the 2017 conference, VoiceSage’s plans include exhibiting, a Keynote presentation plus a linked, specially-designed webinar on Customer Engagement, to help professionals explore the concept of proactive customer engagement in today’s market. VoiceSage will broadcast the webinar in spring 2017.

“Proactive customer engagement is about creating simpler, more profitable, customer journeys that anticipate customer needs so as to reduce avoidable inbound contact, lower costs, improve response, up productivity and generate rapid ROI,” said Trevor Richer, VoiceSage’s Head of Marketing.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Engage, which has such a wide reach and influence in the customer experience community,” he added.

“Our participation at the conference and in the connected special webinar will give us space to explain the techniques around proactive engagement and demonstrate best practice to practitioners in this area.”