- On August 30, 2016
Founded in 1973, Guhring started as sales, stocking and distribution and it has now grown into an established UK manufacturing company. The company employs a team of field technical support engineers and in-house design and application engineers to offer customers the latest technology. Guhring Ltd can offer all the products from the company’s UK operation and complement by an extensive stock holding of standard and special products.
With a range of 1,620 standard products in over 44,000 sizes, the aim is to provide the ideal solution in the fastest possible time. In 2010, the 5 year lease on their existing Siemens HiPath 3550 system was due to end. So it was the time to provide a more suitable solution for their needs. Especially, high on the list of requirements for the business was the need to improve call handling to guarantee the best level of customer service.
The Unify OpenScape Office solution allows everyone to indicate their presence to each other. This greatly speeds up call answering and means that customers are put through to the right person after a few seconds.
OpenScape Office Centre was the core solution and removed the problem of calls being directed to the wrong members of the staff. Now, calls were answered promptly, improving staff morale and customer service. OpenScape Office puts all the features of the system into the Outlook window. This enables the users to change their status from their calendar, to use their contact database to dials someone and they can view all their email messages, voice mails and faxes from one place.
- Using Contact Centre to improve customer care
- OpenScape Office shows presence status information
- IP DECT handsets to speed up business process
- Increase business productivity
- Saving costs
“The installation of the system was carried out professionally and with minimal disruption to the business. The training provided was excellent, enabling all members of staff to get the best from the system.”
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