How Training and Support Options Can Help Close a Deal

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The trend is clear – video learning is more engaging, and it helps users remember useful information within the content. If you’re struggling to facilitate product adoption among your UC end users or simply want to boost retention, finding a way to integrate video into your training is critical.

Here’s why you should be using video for your end user development and how to do so in the most effective ways.

Why Video is Key for UC End User Training & How to Get it Right

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The trend is clear – video learning is more engaging, and it helps users remember useful information within the content. If you’re struggling to facilitate product adoption among your UC end users or simply want to boost retention, finding a way to integrate video into your training is critical.

Here’s why you should be using video for your end user development and how to do so in the most effective ways.

Essentials in Setting Up Live Chat Support

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Does your team have a strategy to set up and implement live chat as a well-oiled machine? Without best practices in place from the start, you could see current customers walk away or incur costs from inefficiencies.

Whether you’re setting up live chat support from scratch or simply ready to improve your current customer chat experience, let these benefits and best practices guide your way.

4 Ways UC Providers Can Increase WFH Productivity

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Video Calls. Lunch break away messages. Virtual check-ins. Work is looking a lot different these days. With 88 percent of organizations either encouraging or requiring employees to work from home since the onset of COVID-19, the current workforce is facing a major shift in how they get things done. As a UC provider, you can help make this transition a …

The blurred lines between UCaaS training and online help content. 2 steps to clear up the fuzziness.

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  “Our customers need more training!” These are often words from a frustrated customer service representative or disgruntled sales person.  They are upset because their customer aired them out on an issue that wasn’t about a technical glitch or something that could be resolved with technical troubleshooting.  The issue that the customer had was actually something that they could  have …