Speech Analytics – The “bigger boat” for bigger data.

“You’re going to need a bigger boat” Early in the film “Jaws”, the main characters go out on a fishing boat and have their first encounter with the great white shark. When they understand just how big and dangerous it really is, Brody, the Sheriff, then tells the captain: “You’re going to need a bigger […]

Speaking the customer’s language

Everyone speaks English – don’t they? Despite Brexit and the pandemic, business still becomes more internationalized. The European Union (EU) has 24 official languages. These do not include languages spoken by non-EU nationals that live in the EU in sufficient numbers to justify contact centres handling requests in their own languages. For example, many organizations […]

Sentiment analysis – unravelling the mystery

What is it? In their September 2019 article, Nexidia defined sentiment analysis as a “branch of speech analytics that focuses specifically on assessing the emotional states displayed in a conversation.” Cloud computing has made sentiment analysis available for a much lower price, so interest in it has increased greatly. Customers usually make decisions based on […]

Enhancing the enhancements! Omningage’s response to Amazon Connect enhancements

The situation In early December, at their re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced some major product enhancements for Amazon Connect, their cloud-based contact centre. We will explain these enhancements and what Omningage is doing to include and add to their power within its own products. Contact Lens: Call Summarization Amazon Connect’s […]

Gamification and Octalysis

Octalysis-based gamification – re-engage your agents in a hybrid working environment Agent engagement Traditional methods of engaging and motivating contact centre staff no longer work in a hybrid working environment. Agents are no longer physically grouped reducing the effectiveness of old methods such as playing background music to build an energetic atmosphere on the calling […]