iService Release Update - 2018.07.19 (version 7.8)

Posted on 7/19/2018 by Landlord Administrator

Release 7.8 continues the theme of minor changes to the user interface, but major changes to the backend related to performance, security, and interaction properties.

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iService Release Update - 2017.05.22 (version 7.6)

Posted on 5/22/2017 by Landlord Administrator in features release notes

We've been working on this release for what seems like ages, but it's now stable and looking really good. We're almost done replacing the old .NET pages with new iService Form pages. This release took a big step forward in that regard by replacing all the Customer Info pages with new forms that have a new responsive design.

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Some thoughts on iService Chat

Posted on 7/30/2013 by Scott Whitsitt in Roadmap chat features

The release of iService Chat is rapidly approaching, and its interesting for me to reflect back on the development of this new iService feature. We've been in the customer interaction space for 15 years and, although we've focused mostly on email and self-help, chat has always been something we've worked with.

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iService 6 Feature Update

Posted on 4/13/2013 by Scott Whitsitt in Rich Text Editor Roadmap broadcast messaging mobile

E-mail has evolved over the past few years to a point where people rarely see the plain text version of the message they send. With rich text elements ranging from signatures to screenshots and embedded pictures, the HTML/rich text version is now the default view even in most mobile phones.

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Using a Telephony Solution To Route Email vs an ERMS

Posted on 8/13/2012 by Scott Whitsitt in Best Practices ACD Routing

One of the more common questions we get from prospects has to do with using an existing telephony solution to route incoming email to agents, versus using an Email Response Management Software (ERMS) package like iService. This is a great question, and there are some big differences between routing and managing voice calls versus email. But, whether or not it makes sense to use a full ERMS often depends on several factors such as the number of messages you need to manage.

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