Phoenix Conference Event on February 17th, 2022

Pre-register to attend the NACSMA Phoenix Conference Event on February 17th, 2022. As the premier contact center industry standards association, NACSMA brings together contact center industry leaders and professionals to discuss standards in the industry as well as collaborate on best practices for the future.Our panel discussions this quarter include topics such as Leadership in Hybrid Environments, Remote Workers Performance, and Site versus Remote Infrastructure. Each quarter, our topics highlight current and future industry challenges, concerns, and successes so that as a community we can learn, engage, and grow.

ABOUT NACSMA

A professional, non-profit association whose members represent customer contact organizations and the vendors who support them. Our membership consists of organizations of all sizes, from a variety of industries including healthcare, financial, BPO, legal, and technology.
The North American Customer Service Management Association (NACSMA) assists Service Center professionals with improving the delivery of Customer Care to their clients by providing a collaborative networking approach to operational issues.

NACSMA MEMBERSHIP

NACSMA is a professional, non-profit association whose members represent customer contact organizations and the vendors who support them. Our membership consists of organizations of all sizes, from a variety of industries including healthcare, financial, BPO, legal, and technology. We have first and third-party focused members, including service centers, call centers, collections, help desks, and client retention organizations.

NEW CENTER: IMPLEMENTATION

When a contact center organization expands to an additional site or requires new space, the steps to properly implement are unique to each organization but do have standard phases. This step-by-step guide supports this process to ensure successful Site Selection, Staff Sourcing, Municipal Infrastructure, Site Technology that provides DR and COOP functionality and Workforce Management.

CURRENT CENTER: BEST-IN-CLASS

Management of a best-in-class contact center sites require the continuous review of Agent Sourcing Models, Organizational Training and Management Development Programs. Implementation of technology that focuses on performance and quality with an understanding of how facility management supports a positive work environment results in a successful center.