Talkdesk is again featured prominently in a report from Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company. After placing in the Leader quadrant of the 2019 CCaaS Magic Quadrant for North America, Talkdesk is atop the list of customer service vendors in Prepare for the Impact of a Consolidating Customer Service Technologies Marketplace. This new report examines the rapidly changing landscape of available solutions for the customer service industry along with valuable insights, analysis and recommendations. Gartner evaluated 32 vendors from its customer-service-oriented Magic Quadrants against four pillars for great customer service.
As defined by Gartner, the four pillars for great customer service are:
“We are thrilled to be mentioned in this report by Gartner and will use it as motivation to widen the gap between Talkdesk and our CCaaS competitors,” said Tiago Paiva, chief executive officer, Talkdesk. “Talkdesk is purpose-built on a modern, cloud-native architecture. We believe our innovative delivery model, and the speed at which we are able to deliver new features and functionality sets us apart within the CCaaS industry.”
According to Gartner:
Talkdesk has an overall peer rating of 4.6 (out of five) in the Gartner Peer Insights Contact Center as a Service, North America market. With 243 user reviews (as of December 2, 2019), Talkdesk also has the highest volume of verified Peer Insights reviews for the market, including:
Talkdesk Enterprise Cloud Contact Center empowers companies to make customer experience their competitive advantage. With enterprise-class performance and consumer-like ease of use, Talkdesk easily adapts to the evolving needs of sales and support teams and their customers, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, productivity and cost savings. Through a modern cloud-native architecture, Talkdesk makes contact center operations agile to easily adapt to the constantly evolving landscape of customer service.
The full complimentary report is available on the Talkdesk website.
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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Contact Center as a Service, North America, Drew Kraus, Steve Blood, Simon Harrison, 15 October 2019.
Gartner, Prepare for the Impact of a Consolidating Customer Service Technologies Marketplace, Simon Harrison, Jim Davies, 29 October 2019.
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