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Key Considerations When Evaluating Contact Center Solutions

Omnichannel customer interactions have revolutionized the call center industry, previously dominated by telephony. The rebranding to contact centers introduced a niche of new technologies and changed the way businesses communicate with their customers. Organizations...

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Cloud Security “Gotcha” Items

CASB (cloud access security broker) providers like Zscaler are taking over the security industry due to their diverse method of deployment and endpoint integration. When migrating to these types of services, what are some of the “gotcha” items that maybe you or your...

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4 Signs That It’s Time to Switch VoIP Providers

A change might be needed. Here’s how to make the big decision.   This article is for businesses that are already using a VoIP service provider, but aren’t completely satisfied … Or perhaps suspect they might not be getting everything they should be getting...

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Bridgepointe and MicroCorp Signature Events

BullsEye is proud to participate in two signature events this week with our partners: The Bridgepointe Tech Summit is September 12 – 14 at the Parker Palm in Palm Springs, California. This is always a terrific opportunity to network with Bridgepointe partners!...

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Moving to BullsEye from Another VoIP Provider

How to make the switch?   You’ve done your research and decided it’s time to switch VoIP providers. And you’ve done even more research and decided BullsEye might be the best solution for your business (right on!). Or maybe you haven’t quite decided yet. That’s OK...

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How to Spot a Reliable VoIP Provider (and avoid bad ones)

Most VoIP providers provide some benefits when compared to a traditional landline connection. You’ll most definitely save money. And you’ll probably get some fancy new features you couldn’t access with your plain old telephone service. But VoIP providers vary widely...

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What to Look for in a VoIP Provider

Choosing the right VoIP provider can seem like an impossible task. You have a lot of options to choose from: some are multinational corporations, some are established U.S. telecom companies, some are big companies focusing only on VoIP, others specialize in...

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