Communication news stories
Finance is on a new footing to improve internal customer service
Finance functions and leaders have marked 2022 down as a year for process improvement, writes Servicely’s founder and CEO Dion Williams.
Q&A: Oculeus discusses the current state of telecoms fraud and beyond
The basic facts are that we are all exposed to telecoms fraud – from providers of communications services to enterprises and organisations to individual consumers.
Motorola Solutions to upgrade Taiwan’s police network
Motorola Solutions supports the prime contractor, Mercuries Data Systems Ltd, in upgrading the Taiwan National Police Agency to a new, mission-critical communications network.
Symbio consolidates TNZI business to support APAC expansion
Symbio has recently announced the consolidation of its international business (TNZI) under the Symbio brand to support its Asia Pacific expansion strategy.
Successful digital transformation in the hybrid work era is about embracing shifting goalposts
As organisations embraced remote working, many discovered they lacked the infrastructure needed to support history’s first global load test of remote work capabilities.
NICE CXone platform integration implemented with Regional Bank Australia
NICE has announced the successful implementation of the NICE CXone platform with Regional Bank Australia.
Can't read, won't buy: globalization requires more communication than ever before
The global remote work revolution is helping businesses provide opportunities for people to “see” and to “be” in ways that before now were not possible.
HCL brings TechBee IT education programme to New Zealand
HCL is bringing its TechBee early career programme to NZ in an effort to help close the country's IT skill gap.
SD-WAN pricing falls significantly in line with new consumer trends
A new global study by TeleGeography has revealed that the pricing of SD-WAN has significantly fallen, and competitive cost and focus on monitoring features have driven a change in preferences.
Five ways to deliver the total experience to customers
It's a question that's been pondered over the decades, shrouded in mystery. How can organisations give customers what they really want?