Outbound dialing is an essential facet of many businesses. However, abiding by proper call ethics and keeping abandonment rates low is often a struggle businesses face. The key to overcoming this is selecting the right type of outbound dialer and configuring it correctly for your business needs.
During the holiday season, frustrations can reach high levels with both consumers and businesses. The last thing people want to do is wait in lines or on hold over the phone. Implementing a system for call backs helps to streamline your service and prevent the need for customers to wait on hold.
Progress reports on the STIR/SHAKEN framework implementation are trickling in by major carriers to the FCC. AT&T and T-Mobile have recently submitted their expected timelines for rolling out testing and implementing these technologies to help filter out spoofing used by robocallers.
Understanding the ins and outs of caller ID spoofing is imperative in protecting your business from scammers. Spoofing, although not an illegal tactic, is often used maliciously to try to deceive individuals in thinking a scammer is a legitimate business or organization. So what are the technologies and methods used in call spoofing?
Call center outsourcing can be a great way to cut on costs and expand your business. However, maintaining your business' reputation can pose unforeseen challenges in this process. Finding the right strategy to manage your agents and reputation is key when deciding to outsource.