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News : HP Autonomy Powers Up With Release of HP Qfiniti 10
PALO ALTO, CA, Oct 21, 2013 -- HP Autonomy (NYSE: HPQ) announces HP Qfiniti 10, the newest version of its contact center management solution, which offers expanded integration with the HP Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), and features two new modules designed to help companies increase productivity and revenue in the contact center.
The enhancements and new modules in HP Qfiniti 10 simplify complex business processes, increase effectiveness and lower costs in the contact center.
"Many companies now are seeing much of their business value pass through the contact center -- whether in the form of direct revenue and sales or the critical matters of reputation management and customer retention," said Jose Fernandez, chief executive officer, Xentrax. "As a premier partner supporting long-time users of the Qfiniti platform, we very much believe in HP Autonomy's vision for the contact center."
HP Qfiniti 10 harnesses HP IDOL to understand the voice of the customer. HP IDOL extracts meaning from all forms of human information, such as audio, text and video. This means that HP Qfiniti 10 can automatically identify patterns in customer communications as well as classify calls and analyze social media traffic -- on historical data or in real time.
"HP Qfiniti 10 closes the loop for the customer contact center, providing a full set of functions to match all requirements," said Rafiq Mohammadi, general manager, Marketing Optimization, HP Autonomy. "Because HP Qfiniti is a modular platform, customers can cut their total cost of ownership by getting a solution that best fits their needs."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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