Moving Your Contact Center to the Cloud

Diving Into The Details

What started as hype a decade ago has become our reality. The cloud is changing the way we do business and giving companies a competitive edge. Increasingly, contact centers are making the shift to the cloud to reap its benefits. But how do you determine if the cloud is right for your organization? How do you ensure a smooth migration? How do you proactively safeguard your customer data?

Our webinar, hosted by senior solutions architects and contact center experts, John Irey and Kleid Gjataj – who have a combined 30 years of experience – address some of the biggest questions around the cloud contact center topic today.

In this candid, information packed session, they discuss: 

  • What is driving more contact centers to move to the cloud
  • Key factors to evaluate when considering the move
  • Common concerns around security, reliability, call quality, and cost
  • Recent compliance developments, including PCI and HIPAA
  • Cloud contact center providers and how they stack up
  • Cloud economics – CapEx vs OpEx

View the webinar recording below.


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