Overall Satisfaction with NICE CXone (formerly NICE inContact)
The company I work for uses NICE CXone (formerly NICE inContact) to receive calls from the general public. We can not just receive calls, we can transfer calls, do a different college to make sure our customers get the right satisfaction and leave the call happy.
- Able to receive calls
- Able to transfer calls
- Able to put customers on hold
- If the customer is on hold for a little while, the time [should] be extended so the call doesn't cancel due to inactivity, so this doesn't drop the call.
- Add more colors for people with visual impairments(Background)
- A keypad system to not just do inbound, but outbound
- When I put my customer on hold to gather some more information I needed some extra time to do so, the call dropped just as I was about to take them off hold, the result of this was that the call dropped, and [the] customer was left unsatisfied
- The good thing with NICE CXone (formerly NICE inContact) is that if the call isn't answered in time, the customer doesn't get cut off they get put in a cue to be answered.
- With the amount of traffic that gets to our number, we have a wide range of calls per hour, with this software you get to see how many people are in the [queue] on all of the lines, and how many staff are online.
With my visual imperilment, I have to change the background of the software to adapt with my eyes, I believe this is such a good effective way of helping people like me, I wouldn't be able to read numbers from the software if this was not the case.
The greatest [thing] about the software, it couldn't get much easier to use. You are shown how to use the software before you open it. If inactive, you get the option to answer or decline calls, and if neither [happen] the call [will] automatically be transferred to another agent.
Whenever a call is [allocated] to an agent, it is automatically reported to the administrator. This allows them to know how many calls are being received per minute/hour and day, this can be exported to a real-time graph.
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Did NICE CXone live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of NICE CXone go as expected?
Would you buy NICE CXone again?
NICE CXone (formerly NICE inContact) allows the call handler some time before a call from the customer is accepted, you are warned with a ringtone and the name of the calling line so you know where the call has been directed from. This is good that this is available, so your customer can then be greeted straight after being on hold.