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ShoreTel (SHOR) Goes Private?

December 9, 2016 11:30 AM | 0 Comments

“ShoreTel  (SHOR) is in final stages of rolling out ShoreTel Connect”. Who cares? Technology issues aside, ShoreTel remains dog meat in the financial markets. Since the company’s public offering in 2007, the stock has never sustained a price above the first day closing of $12.50, itself a modest premium over the offering price of $9.50 a share.

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Why use Shifts at all?

Most call centers have “on hours” and “off hours” that route callers to different options based on time of day and day of week.  ShoreTel ECC has a concept entitled SHIFTS.   Shifts have day types:  Weekday, Weekend and Holiday.    You  go to System Parameters in the Contact Center Director, then Schedules and the create a Shift.  

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ShoreTel ECC "Sticky" Email?

May 19, 2015 7:23 PM | 0 Comments

Call Centers had no sooner become “Contact” Centers  when multimedia “nice to have” features became “must have” requirements.   The more mobile the customer base, the more likely that they are on a smart phone and not sitting at a desk computer.   They want “contact” however they want to communicate.  That use to mean voice by telephone, but might now mean text, chat, email and now video! 

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