Contact centers are becoming a litmus test for clients; if you have a well-run contact center, your client will have a positive interaction with your company and thus may be more willing to use your services in the future. While an in-house contact center can help you better manage your customer service representatives, any contact center may greatly benefit your organization. The tricky part is convincing your management team to invest in a contact center. That's where we come in: our newest white paper will give you a step-by-step list of topics to cover when creating a business case for a contact center, including:

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