SALT LAKE CITY
July 14, 2014
/PRNewswire/ -- inContact (NASDAQ: SAAS), the leading provider of
cloud contact center software
and contact center agent optimization tools, today announces that a new healthcare customer is moving contact center operations to the cloud from an older premise-based system. Already handling over 5,000 service interactions per day, the healthcare provider is expanding to deliver additional services while looking for ways to reduce operating costs.
The new inContact customer has over 100 customer service agents and provides sophisticated solutions to both payers and providers in the healthcare ecosystem. Known as a pioneer and innovator in online managed healthcare, the company recognizes the agility and flexibility of the cloud compared to cost-prohibitive premise systems.
"The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing verticals for inContact," noted
, CEO at inContact. "The long term winners will be those companies who can innovate around customer service while simultaneously reducing the costs to operate—even as they grow."
The inContact cloud contact center platform will provide state-of-the-art ACD (Automatic Call Distribution) with the cloud universal queue which routes calls and other multichannel contact types—including Salesforce cases—directly to agents, streamlining work flow and maximizing effectiveness. To complete the solution, the new inContact customer will also get cloud-to-cloud integration with Salesforce CRM, as well as inContact's Agent Console for Salesforce.
inContact (NASDAQ: SAAS) is the cloud contact center software leader, helping organizations around the globe create high quality customer experiences. inContact is 100% focused on the cloud and is the only provider to offer core contact center infrastructure, workforce optimization in the cloud plus an enterprise-class telecommunications network for the most complete customer interaction solution. Winner of 2014 CRM Magazine Rising Star Award, inContact has deployed over 1,300 cloud contact center instances. To learn more, visit