Gaithersburg, MD – October 3, 2017 - BroadSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ: BSFT) a global market leader in cloud business software for unified communication as a service (UCaaS), and provider of collaboration and contact center as a service (CCaaS), announced today the business transformation of Michigan non-profit, MISS DIG System, Inc. (MISS DIG 811), through its implementation of BroadSoft CC-One and UC-One applications. Recently, BroadSoft and Aberdeen Research joined forces to discuss how cloud-based omnichannel and unified communications solutions improve productivity, collaboration and customer service in the webinar, The Business Value of Contact Center & UC Integration.
Like many midsize or enterprise companies who have not transitioned to the cloud, MISS DIG 811 was limited with an outdated call center and telephone system. This resulted in inconsistent customer experiences, blind call routing and forwarding so customers were not being matched with the correct service representatives, unreliable call recordings management, lack of granular insights, and more. Since integrating BroadSoft CC-One and UC-One, MISS DIG has experienced the following benefits, which can be read about in more detail here:
- Increased agility with omni-channel communications
- Improved productivity through intelligent routing and collaboration
- Enhanced customer service and experience
- More granular insights using CC-One Analyzer's real-time performance dashboards and reports
- Automated call recording logging
- Increased mobility and agility — with cloud-based unified communications, employees no longer need a phone on their desk or to be at their desk to communicate
“Being the CEO of a small organization with 63 employees, it was critical that we found a solution to making our operations more agile, mobile, productive, and collaborative,” said Bruce Campbell, CEO, MISS DIG 811. “We were impressed by the support and attention we received from BroadSoft and our communications service provider, Bullfrog, and have been astounded at the difference CC-One and UC-One have made to our bottom line.”
“We are incredibly proud of how much the BroadSoft Business CC-One unified omni-channel contact center application has transformed operations for MISS DIG 811,” said Arnab Mishra, vice president, contact center, BroadSoft. “Contact centers play a pivotal role for multiple midsize companies and enterprises, and many are still relying on outdated technology. Our mission is to help these companies modernize so they can improve their bottom line.”
About MISS DIG System, Inc.
MISS DIG 811 was established in 1970 initially as a pilot program in Oakland County by five major Michigan utility companies, in an effort to reduce damages to their underground facilities, prevent injuries, and save lives. Michigan was the first state to implement the “one-call” law and MISS DIG 811 was the first 24/7 statewide one-call system in the country. MISS DIG 811 has received over 21 million “locate requests,” resulting in nearly 189 million transmissions.
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