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Albuquerque Journal’s Success with Messaging

Late last spring, The Albuquerque Journal implemented messaging for customer service on their website. They also started deflecting inbound IVR customer service calls made from cell phones to messaging. Of the callers offered messaging, 10% choose the messaging option for faster service.  Containment averages 60%. If the messaging bot is unable to answer a subscriber's question, it seamlessly transfers the chat conversation to a live agent via skills-based routing, who can handle multiple conversations at a time. And just like with their IVR, messaging transactions (both chatbot and live chat) are recorded in the CRM in real time. The success is due to...

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Las Vegas Review Journal

The Las Vegas Review Journal has selected VoicePort, LLC as their provider of inbound-self-service using advanced voice recognition IVR as part of a continued drive for improved customer service and experience.  This expanded deployment of VoicePort’s cloud-based CircPort® IVR will give subscribers more self-serve customer service options. After enjoying a consistent above average human answer rate of 56-58% with CircPort’s outbound calling module, The Las Vegas Review Journal predicts that the new conversational inbound IVR will help improve key subscriber metrics such as first call resolution, higher caller IVR automation rates, and lower number of agent-assisted calls. Chris Blaser, VP of Audience with...

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Oahu Publications, Inc. and A Marketing Resource LLC Select VoicePort’s Advanced CircPort® IVR

Oahu Publications, Inc (OPI) and A Marketing Resource LLC (AMR) have selected VoicePort LLC to provide subscribers with quality customer care by utilizing an intuitive interactive voice response system. Since its establishment in 2001, Oahu Publications Inc. has emerged as Hawaii's major print media company.  OPI's flagship publication is the daily Honolulu Star-Advertiser, established in 2010 when the Honolulu Star-Bulletin (est. 1882) and The Honolulu Advertiser (est. 1856) merged after OPI purchased The Honolulu Advertiser from Gannett Corp.  Ultimately, Honolulu Star-Advertiser-Oahu Publications, Inc.'s goal is to keep its readers and viewers connected by delivering trusted information on whatever platform customers choose,...

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