Monet Software at Call Center Week in Las Vegas, Nevada
May 18, 2015 – Monet Software, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based call center workforce optimization software, will be attending the 2015 Call Center Week Conference and Expo, scheduled for June 15-19 at The Mirage in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Anyone planning to attend is invited to use the promo code (16CCW_MONET) and receive a 20% discount on all show packages.
For more than 15 years, Call Center Week has been one of the top global gatherings for contact center industry leaders. Sessions will focus on such topics as ”Value in the Voice of the Customer” and “Why the Customer Experience Matters and What you Can Do About It.”
“This is one of the most anticipated and well-attended events for contact center industry leaders, and we always look forward to meeting our customers and contact center managers looking to move up to workforce management in the cloud,” said Chuck Ciarlo, CEO at Monet Software.
Monet Software will be located at Booth #609. A raffle will be held that is open to all attendees, with prizes awarded on the 17th and 18th of June 2015.
About Monet Software, Inc.
Monet Software is a global provider of workforce optimization software solutions for call centers. Monet’s cloud-based solution, Monet WFO, is an affordable and easy to use call center optimization software solution that includes workforce management, call recording, quality monitoring and performance management. Call centers will start improving service levels and reducing center costs without the upfront expenses and IT requirements of traditional workforce software. For more information about Monet Software, please go to www.monetsoftware.com or subscribe to our blogs about Workforce Management and Call Recording.
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