Did you miss the background mode?
Did you miss the background mode?
Adding real-time communication functionality into your iOS mobile app has never been easier.
We support the third annual expo on WebRTC and related technologies.
Introducing the Text-to-Speech functionality integrated into VoxEngine.
HTTP API is now available to implement scenarios which don't require client applications.
Voximplant has been officially launched!
The announcement of the official launch at Telecom Council conference.
For many consumers, personalized customer service is key to good customer experiences (CX). According to a 2020 survey by Gladly, close to two-thirds of respondents said that “lack of personalization makes [them] feel like a ticket number.” Businesses wishing to meet and exceed customer expectations need to make personalized service a top priority. But personalization goes beyond making movie recommendations or using a customer’s name in an email subject line. When it comes to personalized service, it’s paramount that you deliver relevant, valuable, and speedy support to promote positive customer experiences. In this article, we’ll break down what personalized service means, why it’s so important to CX, and how you can deliver personalization service to your customers.
Recently, we published a blog post describing why WebSockets are great for real-time services. In this article, we describe the process of establishing, maintaining and closing the WebSockets connection.
Advanced IP messaging apps include a range of use cases – from standard user-to-user chatting to AI-powered chatbots. In this article, we cover the benefits that IP messaging brings to the e-commerce industry.
An effective omnichannel customer experience is all about prioritizing seamless customer engagement no matter where customers connect with your brand
A cloud contact center is a cloud-hosted software solution that offers tools, applications and services for organizations to deliver excellent customer service across multiple channels, including voice, SMS, messengers, social media and more.
If you’re involved in evaluating cloud contact center services, you’ve likely recognized two distinct categories and a big difference in the amount of technical expertise required to implement them. You’re attracted to the ease of use offered by contact center as service (CCaaS) offerings, but their fixed functionality doesn’t fit your business needs. In contrast, a cloud contact center built on a communications platform as a service (CPaaS) offering provides unlimited flexibility, but requires expensive software development resources to build a complete solution.
A couple weeks ago, Amazon Web Services (AWS) experienced an outage in its US-EAST-1 region. As so many services rely on AWS, this outage had a broader impact, causing outages and various issues with Amazon’s own Ring services, online retailers, and even the New York City MTA. In addition, a couple major Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) providers also reported issues (Voximplant was not impacted), potentially impacting the communications of many of their customers. With this in mind, now is a good time to look at how CPaaS offers leverage public cloud infrastructure and review the factors involved in providing reliable, high quality communications services. In this post we will review the public cloud infrastructure used by several major CPaaS vendors and discuss the implications of their choices.
In our fast-paced, digitally focused world, customers want personalized service at lightning speed. A Hubspot survey of 1,000 customers found that 90% of people expect a response from a live customer service agent in ten minutes or less. Because expectations are so high, the pressure is on for customer service agents to consistently provide quick, high-quality customer experiences. Offering an elevated level of service with such a fast turnaround is next to impossible with manual support alone. And even if you have some digital tools in your tech stack, traditional contact center technology can fall short when it comes to efficiency. That’s why choosing no-fuss technology that automates your contact center’s routine operations is essential for making tasks more manageable for your agents.