NICE has made a significant investment into AI and ML techniques that are embedded into its core workforce management solution, NICE WFM. Recent advancements include learning models that find hidden patterns in the historical data used to generate forecasts for volume and work time. NICE WFM also has an AI tool that determines, from a series of more than 40 models, which single model will produce the best results for each work type being forecasted. NICE has also included machine learning in its scheduling processes which are discussed at length in the white paper.
NICE, the leader in workforce management, introduces the most advanced forecasting
tools on the market with WFM 7.0. Building on its recognition as the industry standard,
NICE WFM 7.0 Forecasting with Artificial Intelligence chooses the optimal daily forecast
model to provide staffing levels and budgeting that are more accurate than those
delivered by any other WFM solution.
NICE WFM 7.0’s Forecaster unlocks a high level of transparency into interaction history, allowing you to centrally forecast, schedule and manage contacts between multiple locations and ensure that site- and enterpriselevel objectives are met. With more than two thousand customers and two million users depending on its unparalleled ability to fine-tune the most precise forecasts, Forecaster allows you to plan and respond to the peaks and valleys of customer history through automatic collection of key historical data from all types of contact sources:
• Automatic call distributors (ACDs)
• Outbound dialers • Multi-channel routing platforms
• Back-office employee desktops
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Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Dec 11, 2013
Gartner recently released its Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Workforce Optimization, the annual report analyzing the workforce optimization industry. Gartner positions vendors based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute.
Genesys improved its 2013 position moving from Niche Player to the Challengers Quadrant. This report provides you with insights you need to determine the Workforce Optimization Solution that is right for your organization. Read Now.
Contact centers face a tall order: Deliver stellar service and real-time response to customers, and still get more out of the workforce without risking burnout and turnover. Lori Bocklund is president of Strategic Contact, and Rachel Wentink is the senior director of Product Management for Interactive Intelligence, and when they discuss how to optimize agent performance and offer outstanding service, it's worth reading.
To create a successful workforce management deployment, the first step is to evaluate your WFM product and determine how you'll use it along with the processes and best practices that support it. Next, consider how your ACD is configured, what type of forecasting and scheduling practices you'll use and goals for various metrics including schedule adherence. For more insights, read how to get the most out of workforce management.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Jun 25, 2015
Workforce Management (WFM) systems have clearly evolved from the strictly transactional platforms used to deploy workers, track their time and attendance, manage their costs, pay them, administer benefits and provide compliance support.
However, WFM systems are actually vital for driving overall business performance … not just for achieving excellence in HR, payroll and benefits administration, time and attendance management
Read this white paper to learn how to realize the full value of workforce management systems.