Networking is an important part of everyone’s professional development. And nowhere is it more critical than in the rapidly changing world of contact centers and workforce management trends and technologies.
Regional Meetings (SWPP Meets)
You won’t want to miss the SWPP Meet coming soon to a city near you. Spend a half-day with your workforce planning peers and discuss the issues of utmost concern to you.
Learn from other people who do the same thing you do. Workforce planners in call centers of all types and sizes have their own tricks and techniques. Maybe you have some that others haven’t used – and vice versa.
Debating over which workforce management system to select? Struggling with how to incorporate email handling with your incoming calls? Confused about how to incorporate the latest marketing campaign into your forecast? Bring these and other questions to the next regional meeting and see how your peers are dealing with the same situations. Learn from their mistakes as well as their successes and bring back a wealth of new knowledge to apply in your own center.
And since most SWPP Meets will be hosted by a call center and held at a company site, you’ll benefit even further by seeing some of the region’s “best of class” operations in action.
Check back often to this page to see the dates and times of the SWPP Meets scheduled in your area.
Upcoming SWPP Meets
Seattle Area SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Wednesday, June 19, 2019 — Details here
Denver Area SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Thursday, August 15, 2019 — Details here
Raleigh-Durham, NC SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Thursday, August 22, 2019 — Details here
Boston Area SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Tuesday, October 15, 2019 — Details here *NOTE SITE CHANGE*
Milwaukee, WI Area SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Wednesday, October 16, 2019 — Details here
Pensacola, FL SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Thursday, November 7, 2019 — Details here
Atlanta, GA SWPP & QATC Regional Meeting, Thursday, December 5, 2019 — Details here
Click here to register for these exciting events.