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Hospitality Call Center Installs the Virtual Observer System

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Santa Fe, NM, USA, June, 2019 -- Travel Outlook, a hospitality reservations company, announces installation of the Virtual Observer quality management solution as its latest measure to offer complete transparency for its clients.

"Our integration of Virtual Observer will allow our clients the ability to listen to and watch the screen activity of completed calls whenever they like, from any browser on a computer or smart phone," stated Travel Outlook's CEO John Smallwood. "This is part of our ongoing plan to improve transparency for our clients, an important component of our company's mission."

Virtual Observer is 100% PCI compliant and utilizes the Lights Out! recording management module to remove all sensitive auditory and visual cardholder data from the recording. Virtual Observer also provides a comprehensive quality assurance platform for interactive management of internal and external quality management programs.

"Our business plan includes continuous investment in voice technology and training," Smallwood said, "And we are proud to announce installation of Virtual Observer. This will allow our team to address training and education issues promptly, and to improve the performance of our team by isolating specific areas in which team members can improve. We will catch and correct mistakes rapidly, and even interact with our agents while they are on a call."

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Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
Source: https://www.prnewswire.com

Date Posted: Monday, June 17, 2019



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