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Who Needs Solgari Cloud Communications Services? Solgari provides a number of different Cloud Communication service modules that are applied to meet the requirements of businesses in different industries and of varying sizes. Starting with the basic premise of being used by businesses looking to increase productivity and reduce costs, some examples of customer requirements are detailed below:
Typically required by enterprises for their sales and support teams Solgari provides cloud call centre functionality through Automatic Call Distribution, CTI, Predictive Dialling and IVR modules Solgari Connect provides for the integration of the service modules and key telephony features with Contact Centre CRM platforms which provides agents the optimal tools to reach and react to customers Solgari Engage moves a call centre into a contact centre by ensuring that the call centre is interacting with Social Media, IM, SMS, MMS and email Agent training requirements are met be the ability to barge in and whisper on customer calls Enterprises
Solgari's Hosted PBX services provides an enterprise class cloud telephony service andPlease Login
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