AltiGen and Project Leadership Associates Provide MaxACD Contact Center for Lync
November 06, 2012
Lync users that are in need of a contact center solution are in for a treat. Project Leadership Associated and AltiGen Communications have teamed up to deliver AltiGen’s MaxACD Contact Center for Microsoft (News - Alert) (News - Alert) Lync across the United States.
The MaxACD Contact Center for Lync provides a feature rich call center for Lync, with features such as skills-based routing, an Auto Attendant, and an adaptable IVR with CRM integration capabilities. The call recording, monitoring, and reporting features are integrated with Microsoft Lync for a quality communications solution that can be provided as an on-premise solution or through the cloud.
Qualifying customers can test out MaxACD for 30 days, letting them experience all its benefits before deciding whether or not to purchase it for themselves. With all the features it offers, AltiGen (News - Alert) (News - Alert) and PLA are confident that those who try it will like it enough to keep it.
"Microsoft Lync offers immediate business benefits for our enterprise customers," says Don Penland, Partner at PLA. "When that capability is combined with AltiGen's MaxACD contact center solution, the customer and user experience is phenomenal. We first engaged with AltiGen while deploying Microsoft Lync at Milwaukee Electric Tool. Based upon the success of that experience, we have decided to deploy MaxACD internally for the PLA customer help desk and offer the solution nationally to our current and future customers. We find the MaxACD product to be innovative and intuitive, and we feel that PLA and AltiGen are a good cultural fit with a mutual focus of finding solutions for customers."
This is a great way for Lync users to try out AltiGen’s MacACD Contact Center, and PLA is making it much easier for them to get it. Those interested, or curious as to how MaxACD can help improve their business, should try out the 30 day trial and see if they want to purchase it for themselves.
Edited by Brooke Neuman