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24 March, 2010 by Rob Wells*, Managing Director, Avaya Australia and New Zealand

In the current economic climate, companies simply cannot afford to lose customers. This means customer service must always be spot on, from the point of sale and well beyond, and a very large part of that is in the contact centre. So how are companies going to make sure that every customer contact results in complete satisfaction? Avaya’s Rob Wells provides an overview of the future of contact centres and the important impact this will have on business.

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