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Kyle Antcliff

About Kyle Antcliff

Kyle is Intradiem’s SVP of Strategy and Marketing and is a thought leader on how automation impacts customer experience and contact center operations. His experience includes more than 20 years of general management, technology and start-up leadership.

Why the Contact Center Community is Achieving Unprecedented Levels of Success with Intradiem

Advanced intraday automation has reached critical mass and is quickly becoming a ‘must have’ platform for enterprise contact centers focused on improving customer experience and agent performance while reducing cost. Want proof? The value that centers at Sprint, Rogers, Pacific Gas & Electric, and others are realizing continues to increase. This community of innovators is [...]

By |July 20th, 2017|Intraday Automation|

Advanced Intraday Automation – Getting a Seat at the Budget Table

In the prior blog article, "Why All the Fuss Over Advanced Intraday Automation," we outlined the problems addressed, what it is, why it’s growing so quickly and the value centers and their managers are realizing. This time around we will provide a practical guide to creating a business case for the advanced intraday automation solution. [...]

By |June 16th, 2017|Innovation, Intraday Automation, Workforce Infrastructure|

Why All the Fuss Over Advanced Intraday Automation?

A growing list of enterprise contact centers like Citi, British Gas and Aetna are reaping the strategic benefits of advanced intraday automation. This summary aims to provide a quick primer on the ins and outs of advanced intraday automation, including the problems it addresses, what it is, why it’s growing so quickly and the value [...]

It’s Not Just Your Forecast Anymore

To earn your stripes in the Workforce Management profession, creating that perfect forecast and schedule made you a hero. But then came multi-channel and customers with smartphones that shifted the entire dynamics of your profession. In today’s WFM world, it’s just as important to manage intraday processes as it is to start with an accurate [...]

By |April 10th, 2017|Best Practices / Metrics, Innovation, Intraday Automation|

3 Ways to Improve Adherence in the Contact Center

When agents don’t (or can’t) adhere to their schedule, the WFM team must manage these exceptions. Some companies tolerate a certain percentage of non-compliance as a cost of doing business while other companies rely on supervisors to coach agents on the importance of adherence. Today, you can leverage automation to improve adherence, drive compliance and [...]

By |February 21st, 2017|Best Practices / Metrics, Innovation, Intraday Automation|

Workforce Management Moves to the Forefront

I had the pleasure of attending a Forefront event in Dallas this fall. Forefront is a growing community of contact center Workforce Management and Operations leaders shaping the future of their profession to address the growing complexities they face in their profession. Over 30 contact center leaders, representing 17 large enterprises attended Forefront Dallas. These [...]

By |October 31st, 2016|Innovation, Intraday Automation, Workforce Infrastructure|

5 Ways to Create a Seamless Omnichannel Experience with Intraday Automation

The evolution of technology has transformed the way consumers interact with brands. According to the Retailing 2020 report, the demand for an omnichannel customer experience will be amplified by the need for nearly perfect execution by 2020. And for call centers, the hub of customer experience management, the pressure is on to get the omnichannel [...]

Forefront Atlanta Takeaways

I was lucky enough to be part of Forefront Atlanta on May 3rd.  Forefront events bring together frontline workforce leaders from across workforce management, operations, IT and L&D to experience and discuss the future of the industry. The Atlanta event, which was anchored by Citi and Cox, saw attendance increase four-fold from the fall 2015 [...]

By |May 24th, 2016|Customer Experience, Innovation, Intraday Automation|

WFM: From the Back of the Bus to Driving the Bus

Research shows that 85% of organizations view the customer experience provided through the contact center as a competitive differentiator. Yet 45% of customers can’t remember having a positive customer experience! At the same time, today’s buyers are more empowered than ever. Not only can they do their own research online, but they can also use [...]

Stress in the Contact Center and What You Can Do About It

Anyone who has ever worked in a contact center knows stress. Being a workforce manager is like working in a never-ending game of tug-of-war – and you’re the rope! Operations managers expect perfect service levels, while training managers and supervisors expect regular training sessions – and all of this has to be scheduled without negatively [...]