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Qnique wins product of the year award

11 July 2007 News

Spescom DataVoice has won the Proudly South African (PSA) product of the year award for Qnique - a range of performance management tools for implementation in the call centre environment.

The results were announced at the PSA Homegrown Awards ceremony held recently in Johannesburg. This is a leading showcase for SA companies contributing to South Africa's economy by creating employment opportunities and also by enhancing the reputation of South African products and services.

A record number of member companies submitted entries for the awards this year with a total of 55, from which 47 finalists were chosen.

The product of the year is awarded to an SA developed product that best reflects a commitment to local content, production, quality and the use of the PSA brand in packaging and promotion.

Qnique product manager, Marian Speith, says the global contact centre industry has grown exponentially over recent years and is still expanding. "We are competing with globally competitive solutions. This award gives Spescom DataVoice the recognition it deserves as a leading company in developing customer centric, industry related products. The practical experience and knowledge that underpins this product is a credit to South Africa's competitive homegrown technology solutions. We can demonstrate that we have the ability to understand the business requirements, set trends and deliver superior solutions. The Qnique product is synonymous with successful contact centres, not only in SA but in the global market," says Speith.

Viv Crone, CEO Spescom DataVoice, says: "Spescom DataVoice has won many awards for its innovative recording technology. Qnique insight, with its suite of people focused performance modules, brings a whole new dimension to managing the effectiveness of the critical success factor within contact centres - the people."

For more information contact Marian Speith, Spescom, +27 (0)21 888 2100, info@datavoice.spescom.com





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