NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) today announced that Gartner Inc. has positioned NICE as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Workforce Engagement Management, published February 12. NICE has been recognised as a Leader in this report for the third consecutive year. To access a complimentary copy of the report go to info.nice.com/NICE_GARTNER_2019.html
Simon Harrison, Sr. Director Analyst and Co-author of the report, said, "Engaged employees are essential to achieve customer service ambitions. A new management approach must therefore be adopted to balance operational goals with how staff feel about their day-to-day role."
Barry Cooper, President, NICE Enterprise Group, said, "We believe that this report is a direct reflection of our differentiated vision, continued leadership and innovation in Workforce Engagement Management. It’s our conviction that we deliver value to our customers through relentless innovation and that this is recognised in Gartner's report for yet another year. In our view, the NICE WEM offering uniquely improves employee engagement through a single customer service application suite that leverages Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and capabilities such as persona-based workforce management and real-time gamification which take agent preferences and abilities into consideration. NICE remains committed to harnessing the power of AI and cloud analytics to empower smart, personalised connections in real time, enabling organisations to stay ahead of the game. We're delighted to receive this acknowledgement and see it as recognition of our innovation and execution as well as for our continued ability to deliver market differentiation and value to our customers."
Defining a Leader
The annual Gartner Inc. report offers a comprehensive look at the WEM marketplace as well as a snapshot of the vendors in it via its Magic Quadrant, which positions companies in one of the four quadrants, one of which is the Leaders quadrant. The analyst firm stipulates that “Leaders provide functionally broad and deep WEM solutions that can be deployed and supported globally. Their software is suitable for enterprises of all sizes and complexity, and they have broad industry coverage. Their revenue is strong and new references are readily available.”
Source: Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Workforce Engagement Management,” Simon Harrison, Jim Davies, 12 February 2019.
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