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The Top 5 Benefits of a Cloud
Cloud technology has improved the world in many possible ways.
In the cloud, thousands of users backed up their data and
accomplished different transactions. Even businesses thrived with
the help of cloud technology. Among the businesses that thrived
are cloud contact center solutions. Contact centers
empowered by cloud tech gained numerous advantages in the
market, leading to their overall popularity and usability. Despite
the importance of a cloud contact center, many people are still
unaware of its benefits.
Here are the top five benefits of a cloud-based contact
Lower Upfront Costs
Unlike traditional contact centers, a cloud-based office has lower
upfront costs. If you’re planning to set up a physical call center —
complete with all the works — you need to have immense
resources. Money will be your major problem, and then you’d have
to deal with infrastructure, policies, and manpower. A cloud
contact center reduces your upfront costs by up to 70%. You can
even start in a small office as long as you have the equipment and
software in place. Nowadays, many business people are
establishing cloud centers because of the low associated costs. This
year, experts believe that the numbers will even go up.
A cloud call center is known for its flexibility. Since all transactions
are ran through the cloud, agents can work at the comfort of their
homes or anywhere they want, as long as their performance is not
affected. Apart from that, cloud centers can hold organizational
meetings in just minutes. The unnecessary things are eliminated,
allowing supervisors and team leaders to focus on essentials.
Adjustments in cloud centers are also done easily since there’s no
complicated infrastructure to worry about. A flexible call center is
also geared for quick expansion in just few years.
Advanced Monitoring Systems
Process monitoring methods in large call centers are complicated.
Sometimes, they are too complicated that agents become
confused. If you’re running a cloud contact center, you’ll have the
option to set up advanced monitoring systems. Cloud-based tools
are known for their efficiency and a wide selection of features.
From predictive dialing to advanced lead management process,
the choices are numerous. Also, cloud monitoring systems are
frequently updated to avoid technical issues that can delay the
Strategic Price Scaling
Price scaling is the process of adjusting costs so that the center can
maximize its earnings. This can be done by curtailing ‘extra
options’ from the call center infrastructure. For ‘on-premise’
centers, strategic price scaling can be difficult because the
infrastructure is built-in. Cloud centers, on the other hand, can
adjust costs relatively. This can be done within few days,
depending on the software provider.
If a call center is successful, it needs to expand sooner or later. The
act of expanding is a hedge against market challenges and other
situations. However, larger call centers will have a hard time
expanding because of cost issues and logistics. Many agents will
also encounter difficulties with expansion policies because their
work processes and schedules might be adjusted. A cloud contact
center will have an easier expansion phase. Since cloud centers
typically start small, their expansion costs are not that high. More
importantly, agents and team leaders will be able to coordinate
So, if you’re planning to enter the call center business, you need to
consider the idea of cloud technology. Through a cloud solution,
you’ll be able to deliver a valuable call center service to all of your