AT&T Workforce Manager vs. NICE CXone

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
AT&T Workforce Manager
Score 10.0 out of 10
N/A
The AT&T Workforce Manager is a field service management and workforce scheduling solution that includes a set of modules and applications suited to the needs of service businesses (e.g. HVAC) that rely on field technicians.N/A
NICE CXone
Score 8.0 out of 10
N/A
NICE CXone is a cloud-based contact center platform that manages customer interactions across multiple communication channels. It includes features such as omnichannel routing, workforce optimization, automatic call distribution (ACD), interactive voice response (IVR) system, feedback management, and interaction analytics.
$71
per month per user
Pricing
AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
Editions & Modules
No answers on this topic
Digital Agent
$71
per month per user
Voice Agent
$94
per month per user
Omnichannel Agent
$110
per month per user
Essential Suite
$135
per month per user
Core Suite
$169
per month per user
Complete Suite
$209
per month per user
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Features
AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
Contact Center Software
Comparison of Contact Center Software features of Product A and Product B
AT&T Workforce Manager
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Ratings
NICE CXone
8.2
547 Ratings
2% below category average
Agent dashboard00 Ratings8.7527 Ratings
Validate callers00 Ratings8.3444 Ratings
Outbound response00 Ratings9.0464 Ratings
Call forwarding00 Ratings7.9420 Ratings
Click-to-call (CTC)00 Ratings8.2382 Ratings
Warm transfer00 Ratings8.5500 Ratings
Predictive dialing00 Ratings8.3302 Ratings
Interactive voice response00 Ratings8.8352 Ratings
REST APIs00 Ratings6.3285 Ratings
Call scripts00 Ratings6.3303 Ratings
Call tracking00 Ratings8.4481 Ratings
Multichannel integration00 Ratings8.3343 Ratings
CRM software integration00 Ratings9.2342 Ratings
Workforce Optimization (WFO)
Comparison of Workforce Optimization (WFO) features of Product A and Product B
AT&T Workforce Manager
-
Ratings
NICE CXone
8.0
525 Ratings
3% below category average
Inbound call routing00 Ratings8.0485 Ratings
Omnichannel inbound routing00 Ratings7.9354 Ratings
Recording00 Ratings8.4467 Ratings
Quality management00 Ratings7.6452 Ratings
Call analytics00 Ratings8.3460 Ratings
Historical reporting00 Ratings8.6451 Ratings
Live reporting00 Ratings8.3437 Ratings
Customer surveys00 Ratings6.1281 Ratings
Customer interaction analytics00 Ratings8.2299 Ratings
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AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
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User Ratings
AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(2 ratings)
8.4
(578 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
9.1
(24 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
8.4
(552 ratings)
Availability
-
(0 ratings)
3.7
(7 ratings)
Performance
-
(0 ratings)
9.2
(7 ratings)
Support Rating
10.0
(1 ratings)
8.1
(5 ratings)
In-Person Training
-
(0 ratings)
3.1
(4 ratings)
Online Training
-
(0 ratings)
7.0
(5 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(8 ratings)
Configurability
-
(0 ratings)
7.0
(4 ratings)
Ease of integration
-
(0 ratings)
7.1
(4 ratings)
Product Scalability
-
(0 ratings)
6.7
(7 ratings)
Vendor post-sale
-
(0 ratings)
4.4
(5 ratings)
Vendor pre-sale
-
(0 ratings)
4.4
(5 ratings)
User Testimonials
AT&T Workforce ManagerNICE CXone
Likelihood to Recommend
AT&T
Any organization that is collecting any kind of data in the field, especially if they're using paper forms, should strongly consider switching to AT&T if only for their Wireless Forms. Wireless Forms is the most powerful tool in AT&T Workforce Manager. Combine that with Timekeeping and Intelligent Tracking to really improve efficiency and accountability.
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NICE Systems
NICE CXone offers a comprehensive range of tools that cover every aspect of customer interaction, from omnichannel communication to analytics and workforce optimization. It makes it very simple for us administrators to provide everything the customer needs. At the moment, I cannot think of a scenario where CXone is less appropriate, at least when comparing it to its competitors.
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Pros
AT&T
  • Wireless Forms gives users the ability to digitize any paper form. You can include text, number, camera, audio, and bar codes, among other fields.
  • Intelligent tracking provides a location any time a user is moving or performs any action.
  • Robust reporting provides actionable data that organizations can use to make strategic decisions regarding their fleet and workforce.
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NICE Systems
  • We can restrict the access for agents in this so that easily restrict them to avoid from the mistakes
  • The managers can easily setup a schedule via HOO for Holidays and during emergency which is more helpful.
  • The studio is more friendly with action items instead of coding, also the help option is very handy and easy to understand.
  • The call trace is more helpful and exact view of how the call process and it's very helpful for troubleshooting
  • Reporting is very easy and helpful.
  • Dashboard is awesome, no word to describe it
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Cons
AT&T
  • It is currently not possible to create mass geofence alerts. Alerts need to be created per geofence. This can be a big undertaking for organizations with many addresses.
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NICE Systems
  • There can be changes in interface of the app, however it's still very good
  • I would appreciete detailed web page with all necessary information, but when I need anything, the customer support is very quick and provide all the information
  • Hardly to find any other :)
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Likelihood to Renew
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
Nice made it possible for employees to work from anywhere with access to the internet, it made it possible to extract data from contacts in a very thorough way. In addition, the meticaes can be fully customized and the day-to-day monitoring of the operation is more visible.With nice, contacts with clients abroad became easier.
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Usability
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
Things could be improved, such as call history and a user-friendly UI. Besides that, it was a great way to track and manage our team remotely, which changed the game for us post-covid. Everything else was pretty simple to use whether it was answering calls, dialing a customer, or leaving a voicemail. Overall, everything is very straightforward.
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Reliability and Availability
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
NICE inContact CXone is available when you need it. I have been using it for about a year and I have never suffered any issues that caused my not to have access to the product. If there are updates, they must be downloaded and install in the background because I do not see them
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Performance
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
NICE inContact CXone performs very well even on old computers that are limited in resources. I use a older computer with limited memory and it seems to handle NICE inContact CXone very well in most cases. There will be times when it acts up for whatever reason bust over ninety percent of the time.
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Support Rating
AT&T
The customer experience/service department and technical support teams work through any situations that arise. They are responsive and provide excellent service.
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NICE Systems
inContact only allows specific users to contact them for support. Even though I use the product daily and it accounts for a large amount of my workload, I still have to contact an authorized user to create an incident. These users are managers and their schedules are very busy. This can result in delays in incidents being opened and resolved.
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In-Person Training
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
We did not have face-to-face training and I believe that there was no mistake by nice, as the system was acquired amidst the pandemic and social restrictions.
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Online Training
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
I would rate 10, since the explanations were far enough to catch all the usabilities.I would rate 10, since the explanations were far enough to catch all the usabilities.I would rate 10, since the explanations were far enough to catch all the usabilities.I would rate 10, since the explanations were far enough to catch all the usabilities.
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Implementation Rating
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
In spite of not having a relevant participation in the implementation process, I understand that the main insights are, internal tests before presenting to the final customer, this avoids the highest delay in the acquisition process, such as more frequent errors, tests that may mitigate the errors at the time of implementation.
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Alternatives Considered
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
When it comes to this specific situation (cell centers) NICE definitely has an ADP beat. The analytics, scheduling, and forecasts are extremely well-tailored for this situation. ADP has a more comprehensive solution in my opinion - I feel their UI and mobile app are also more user-friendly. But in terms of performance management functionality, NICE has a more robust system and is able to create additional metrics if we need them When I used ADP there were no custom options available.
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Scalability
AT&T
No answers on this topic
NICE Systems
I rated 10, because Nice CX one is very much functional. You can simply acess it by website Nice, in any navigator, desktop, notebook or mobile, so you can in a fast way run on every departament of the company.
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Return on Investment
AT&T
  • With AT&T Workforce Manager I've helped government and private organizations save money by identifying idle time in fleets, reducing data collection time in the field, and cutting on employees padding their timesheets.
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NICE Systems
  • CXone's omnichannel capabilities and advanced analytics tools enable streamlined processes, increasing agent productivity and reducing handling times. This efficiency translates into cost savings by minimizing operational expenses and maximizing resource utilization.
  • With comprehensive insights into customer interactions and preferences, companies can deliver personalized experiences, leading to higher customer satisfaction and loyalty. With the Voice of the Customer tool, we are able to measure customer satisfaction and provide these statistics to potential future clients.
  • The cloud-based platform is very scalable, allowing us to quickly make adjustments to existing contact delivery as well as stand up new products in a more timely fashion.
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ScreenShots

NICE CXone Screenshots

Screenshot of CXone DashboardScreenshot of the Enlighten Copilot, which gives  agents smarter interactions, personalized coaching, and automation opportunities.Screenshot of CXone Workforce Management, the omnichannel forecasting and scheduling engine.Screenshot of CXone Studio, a visual tool that does not require programming skills, but instead empowers everyone—from business user to routing flow programmer—to build and manage routing flows for all channels.Screenshot of CXone Interaction Analytics, which is used to get actionable insights from every voice, digital, and self-service customer interaction.Screenshot of CXone Performance Management, used to align employee performance, contact center goals, and customer expectations with continuous improvement.