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communication channel

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ‚chan·əl]
(communications)
The wire or radio channel that serves to convey intelligence between two or more terminals.
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Running multiple communication channels is simply not good enough if the customer experience is poor and disjointed, that s why it s vital for insurance providers to improve existing communication channels before rushing to invest in new ones.
Communicating face-to-face is the most rich, yet most restrictive, communication channel.
The growth in digital communication channels also necessitates optimal performance of algorithms in their applications.
Talisma's comprehensive CIM suite fully integrates multiple communication channels, including email, chat, Web self-service, and phone with an intelligent knowledgebase, robust business process functionality, third-party data, and extensive reporting capabilities.
We are proud to be a resource for those interested in learning more about photography, as well as a communication channel for professional photographers who want to directly connect with other photo-enthusiasts," he added.
MEC recognizes the need to continually expand our understanding of the role and value of new communication channels as well as quantifying the impact of these contacts in the context of traditional media options," Kennish said.
I don't think we are creating anything new in terms of communication channels," says Nugzar Ruhadze, a Georgia TV journalist on loan to an Atlanta, Ga.
Next generation Customer Interaction Management solution enhances unified communication channels to further improve the customer experience
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