Noble Systems Reviews

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Bruce Hale | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 03, 2019

Noble, the only Solution you will need

Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Noble uses the same code for either Premise or Cloud, making the decision for us to go 100% Cloud simple. Our industry, like so many others, is looking to migrate to Cloud wherever possible. Deployments in a Cloud environment are much faster, from adding Agent Licenses to implementing additional products in the Noble suite. Noble monitors all servers, and adjusts as necessary, automatically, with courtesy communication to end-user as to what action was taken to prevent any production impacting event.
  • Noble's Enterprise Support is WORLD CLASS, providing 24/7 support. First call resolution is superb, with a "No Hassle" escalation process, all the way to CEO, if necessary. Dedicated Account Management with a tenured group of Level II technicians, assures quick resolution. Enterprise Support comes weekly/bi-weekly meetings to discuss open tickets and opportunities to upgrade to new versions of the product.
  • Customer inspired Road Maps to ensure needs and requirements are met, in a timely manner. Enhancements and product adds are often as a result of customer requests. Noble will tackle one-off requirements for a fee, too.
  • Noble Product Suite is extremely robust, resulting in minimal-to-zero additional vendor requirements, stacking on top of the product. Our IT requirement has been review and consolidates vendors where possible, and bringing Noble into the organization did just that. From Quality Assurance and Compliance to Multi-Session opportunity, Noble reduced the need to engage multiple vendors.
  • Selfishly, I would love for Noble to provide their own instance of gateways for SMS and Email. This is one area where additional vendors are required, to serve as the gateway to launch texts and emails. This opens opportunities for breaks that require additional resources to trace the root of the issue.
  • Some of Noble product offerings require extensive start-to-finish resources. While there is not much room for improvement, end-user should know some products require much more upfront work than others. Prerequisite courses and questionnaires are almost always required, along with on-site training. It should be made very clear, Noble has these requirements to absolutely ensure end-user are proficient in taking full advantage of the product, once released to Support.
  • Post-Upgrade testing is time-consuming, especially if the number of products utilized is extensive. While Noble deploys most all upgrades to a DEV environment and engages multiple resources when deploying to PROD, ensuring all products don't resort to "Default" isn't 100%. End-User is required to complete significant testing, too, but there are opportunities for misses, that may result in production impact. Upgrades, with testing, could take 4-6 hours.
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Daniel Dehner | TrustRadius Reviewer
June 09, 2016

Noble's cloud call center offers flexibility and features, but requires babysitting

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Pros and Cons

  • Local control: the Noble Maestro platform, once you learn it, enables you to control your call center right from your desk. You can add, delete, and skill users, you can build all of your IVR flows and change them as necessary (like for holiday closures, etc)
  • User interface design: I built the pop-up windows for each queue, and was able to design them to contain quick reference information for how to handle calls, and build an order number capture module from the IVR to the agent. In other words, I could prompt the customer to punch in their order number, then display it to the agent.
  • Technical support - their support group was easy to reach and easy to work with.
  • Java compatibility - Java compatibility errors were constant during my time using Noble, as in multiple errors per week in an 80 person call center. Although their tech support was responsive, it was not effective in achieving a lasting solution, even when I facilitated conference calls between my telecom group and their tech support. After several months I counted 172 tech support tickets opened with Noble about Java.
  • Noble advertised an Email Response Management System, and we bought it. After two years, we decided to implement it. It turned out that it was so primitive as to be worthless. As I managed the implementation, I was continually surprised at what it could not do. I would have to consult my notes from back then, but I remember that it did not have standard features like one would find in Outlook or Gmail, for example. It could not handle attachments, the CC function did not work as expected, and there was no BCC, there was no "Sent" file (we would have had to use our Outlook server to save sent emails), among many other things. After 5 months of testing and trying to make it work, we decided to discard it.
  • Technical support - I listed this as a strength, but only on the responsiveness and politeness of its agents. Although there was always someone to answer the phone, we had chronic problems like Java incompatibility, reporting inconsistencies, stuck calls, two agents on the same call, and many other problems that were never solved. We always had to keep calling tech support to report these problems, and they said they investigated them, but the problems would reoccur. I ended up speaking to most of their IT chain of command over the two years.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Agent dashboard (1)
9.1
Validate callers (1)
9.1
Outbound response (1)
8.2
Call forwarding (1)
9.1
Click-to-call (CTC) (1)
9.1
Warm transfer (1)
9.1
Predictive dialing (1)
9.1
Interactive voice response (1)
9.1
REST APIs (1)
9.1
Call scripts (1)
9.1
Call tracking (1)
9.1
Multichannel integration (1)
9.1
CRM software integration (1)
9.1
Inbound call routing (1)
9.1
Omnichannel inbound routing (1)
9.1
Recording (1)
9.1
Quality management (1)
9.1
Call analytics (1)
9.1
Historical reporting (1)
9.1
Live reporting (1)
9.1
Customer surveys (1)
9.1
Customer interaction analytics (1)
9.1

About Noble Systems

Noble Systems is a call center software offering from Noble Systems Corporation. It features skills-based, multi-channel routing, predictive dialing, and agent desktop and workflow development.
Categories:  Contact Center

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