• Global contact centre software demand set to reach $139.3bn by 2030

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    The global contact centre software market size has been valued at $38.8 billion in 2023 and is predicted to reach $139.3 billion by 2030, equivalent to a ‘robust’ 20% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) over the period.

    A new report from Coherant Market Insights says the market is being driven by two main factors: Firstly, the increasing adoption of cloud-based solutions, which offer flexibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness, which are obviously highly attractive to businesses. Cloud also eliminates the need for heavy investments in on-premise infrastructure and allows businesses to pay for only the services they use, plus seamless integration with other customer relationship management (CRM) systems.

    Secondly, the report says growing demand for omnichannel customer engagement is driving the adoption of contact centre software. With the increasing use of multiple communication channels such as voice, chat, email, and social media, contact centers require software that can efficiently manage and integrate these channels.

    Contact centre software offers features such as automatic call distribution, interactive voice response, and real-time analytics that enable businesses to deliver personalised and consistent customer experiences across different channels.

    Meanwhile, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies in contact center software is gaining traction. AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants are increasingly being used to automate routine customer interactions and provide quick and accurate responses. These technologies not only enhance customer service but also improve operational efficiency by reducing the workload on human customer service representatives.

    And, finally, the report says there is a growing emphasis on data analytics and sentiment analysis in contact center software. Real-time analytics tools help businesses gain valuable insights into customer behavior, preferences, and sentiments. By analyzing these data, contact centers can identify trends, optimise resources, and make informed decisions to enhance customer satisfaction.


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