Architecture spotlight: Three considerations when choosing cloud for your contact center

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A cloud contact center can offer many advantages in performance, scalability and security, compared to an on-premise contact center infrastructure. To maximize these advantages, it’s important to determine how best to leverage the cloud to meet your business’s specific needs.

Get informed answers, insights and best practices from Richard Snow, vice-president and research director of customer and contact center research, Ventana Research and Jack Nichols, director of PureCloud product management, Genesys.

Download this white paper from Genesys and Ventana Research for guidance as you replace or improve your existing contact center architecture. You’ll learn:

• Pros and cons of private and public cloud contact center models
• Best practices for a blended infrastructure
• Differences between single and multitenant cloud architectures
• How to determine if a vendor’s cloud solution meets your specific needs
   

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