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Putting voice to work in today's demanding Utility market

With the de-regulation in the Utility market inevitably competition has heightened within this marketplace. Companies are constantly looking to add value to their service offerings and improve customer service, using new communication technologies.

With greater demands placed on quality of customer service, companies must find alternative methods of interacting with their customers. These methods need to be both cost effective and satisfy their customers expectations, as well as meeting the regulatory requirements. The Vocalis voice driven solutions are market proven and in use within utility companies.

We can show how our voice driven solutions can:

  • Contribute directly to profitability
  • Meet demanding ROI benchmarks
  • Improve customer satisfaction
  • Deliver to timescales and budgets
  • Provide competitive advantage tailored to Utilities sector

The voice driven future of Utilities
Vocalis uses a "best of breed" model to related technologies and a modular approach to building the complete solution tailored to your requirements. Some examples that may be appropriate to your business are shown below, but if you have an issue regarding your customer interaction then please call us on +44 (0)1223 846177 to discuss your requirements.

Case Study: Powergen
Powergen is just one example of how weve put the power of the voice to work for the utility sector.

To find out more read their case study.

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Call us to find out the difference we can make to your company on:
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Friday, July 18, 2003
Location :: Solutions/Sectors/utility