LiveOps Wins Best of SaaS Showplace Award


Posted on December 21st, by thinkstrategies in Uncategorized. Comments Off

THINKstrategies announced today that LiveOps has been named the latest winner of the Best of SaaS Showplace (BoSS) Awards program, which is aimed at promoting the measurable business benefits being delivered by today’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. 

The BoSS Awards program was launched in January 2009 to bring attention to SaaS and cloud computing companies that are producing tangible business benefits for specific user organizations. These benefits include increased sales, lower costs, higher customer satisfaction, faster operations and greater profitability.

LiveOps On-Demand Contact Center Platform applies the benefits of cloud computing to the contact center, enabling enterprises to rapidly deploy a scalable contact center infrastructure on a pay-per-use basis to achieve greater operational and cost efficiencies.

Click here to read about LiveOps’ award-winning on-demand contact center capabilities.

Click here to learn more about the BoSS Award program or to apply for an award.







The Latest from THINK IT Services Blog

THINK IT Services Blog examines the business implications of the latest developments in the technology services market ranging from Cloud Computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to Managed Services and other forms of 'On-Demand' services.

Final Speakers Added to Cloud Channel Summit Agenda, Register Now to Attend

The agenda for the fourth annual Cloud Channel Summit, hosted by THINKstrategies and the Cloud Computing Showplace, on Wednesday, December 3 in San Diego has been filled with five...

Building an IoT Marketplace in the Cloud – A Guest Commentary in Sandhill.com

The rapid emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created a proliferation of players and mindboggling assortment of deployment challenges. Although the piece-parts...

Moving to the Cloud Still Ain’t Easy – A Guest Commentary in Datamation

Although demand for Cloud services continues to grow at unprecedented rates, there are still plenty of pitfalls to successfully migrating current or new workloads...