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Eptica signs global partnership with SpiceCSM
Enables organizations to move towards deploying end-to-end customer engagement hubs
Boston, MA, Potsdam, NY, 17 May 2016, Eptica (www.eptica.com), the global multichannel customer interaction software company, today announced a global partnership with SpiceCSM (www.spicecsm.com), the leading provider of iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) Guided Process and Integration technology. Under the agreement SpiceCSM will provide Eptica’s innovative, linguistic-powered customer engagement software to its growing client base, both within the United States and internationally. Additionally, Eptica will offer the SpiceCSM solution as “connective tissue” for Eptica customers wanting to build the next generation Customer Engagement Hub.
Today, organizations recognize that the customer experience is central to increasing revenues, retaining clients and differentiating themselves in competitive markets. However, while most organizations have invested in technologies that cover parts of the customer experience, the majority have not yet integrated them into a holistic solution that spans all relevant departments and channels. This can lead to inefficient processes, a lack of internal collaboration and poor service provided to customers.
The combination of Eptica’s multichannel customer engagement software and SpiceCSM’s platform will enable organizations to create these end-to-end customer engagement hubs, providing a cross-channel and cross-departmental solution that optimizes interactions and delivers a superior, scalable and efficient experience across the customer journey.
SpiceCSM helps agents deliver first-class customer experiences across every channel through one unified agent desktop. It combines a Dynamic Call Handling Engine, a Data Integration Platform, and robust collaborative reporting to continuously improve the contact centre and customer experience.
“Delivering an effective, end-to-end, customer experience is becoming increasingly complex as consumer interactions span departments and channels, demanding a more integrated, scalable approach, such as through customer engagement hubs,” said Olivier Njamfa, CEO and Co-founder of Eptica. “Both Eptica and SpiceCSM are recognized as leaders in their fields by analysts and a growing number of customers across the world. By combining our technologies we can help companies build an integrated platform that enables them to hold meaningful conversations with their customers, however they get in touch.”
“When it comes to customer experience, organizations are being held back by the disparate, unconnected systems within their business,” said Michael Ryan, CEO of SpiceCSM. “This prevents agents from collaborating and delivering the end-to-end service that consumers demand. By partnering with Eptica, our customers will be able to take customer experience to a whole new level by leveraging Linguistics to drive processes and better customer experiences without needing to rip out or remove existing systems.”
Multiple SpiceCSM clients are already piloting and deploying Eptica’s technology on the SpiceCSM platform, while the partners are actively engaged with further opportunities in the United States.