WESTFORD, MA.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Alvaria, Inc, formerly Noble Systems announces the selection of their Contact Centre platform at the City of Greater Bendigo, Victoria, Australia to provide better and more responsive services to its residents.
The system’s robust inbound contact management will allow the city to handle enquiries more efficiently, including multichannel email and web communications. The platform supports both in-office and remote workers, giving the city the ability to adjust to changing needs without impacting service levels or availability to the community.
Michael Smyth, City of Greater Bendigo Manager Business Transformation, said: “We look forward to the system supporting our organisation to better manage customer enquiries across phone, email and webchat. This improvement will allow us to better serve our customers and reduce costs for the organisation. It is important that we look for opportunities to make better use of technology and staff time, which the Alvaria Contact Centre will allow for.”
Ashley Clayton, Alvaria Australia Country Manager, commented “Alvaria understands that governments and Councils need to provide modern contact centre solutions that meet the high expectations of their constituents. We’re proud to be supporting the City of Greater Bendigo with a state-of-the-art omnichannel customer service solution that will help it create better experiences for its team members and for its community”.
About Alvaria, Inc
Alvaria was founded through the merger of Aspect Software and Noble Systems, technology leaders in Customer Experience (CX) and Workforce Engagement solutions. Our name is derived from Latin for “hives” – nature’s perfect form for millions of years – bringing you solutions that are scalable, resilient and secure, with efficiency, speed and pinpoint accuracy. ALVARIA™. Reshaping Customer Experience™. For more information, please visit www.alvaria.com
About The City of Greater Bendigo
The City of Greater Bendigo is located in the geographic centre of Victoria, covering almost 3,000 square kilometres and has a growing population of more than 118,000. The population is becoming increasingly culturally, religiously and ethnically diverse. Greater Bendigo strives to be an inclusive community that is accessible for all, celebrates multiculturalism, and acknowledges and respects its Traditional Owners, the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung.