Interact over multiple channels seamlessly

With the recent health crisis, expectations around how customers interact with companies has changed. Customers expect the ability to interact over multiple channels (email, text, web chat, social media, calls, etc.) seamlessly from anywhere. Contact centers need to deliver outstanding customer service through omnichannel technology that empowers their agents’ success.

Many contact centers struggle with multi-channel solutions that involve multiple technology silos that hinder customer satisfaction and management visibility. Evolve IP offers true omnichannel technology by delivering:

  • Seamless Customer Experience: All interaction channels managed by a single routing engine that enables a seamless experience across channels
  • Single Routing Logic: A single set of routing logic across all interaction channels
  • Personalized Interaction: A personalized interaction for each customer regardless of how they interact
  • Integrated Contact History: Integrated contact history across channels at the agent’s fingertips
  • Consolidated Reporting: Consolidated reporting out of a single database

Contact Center Overview

If you have a call center, then you know that customers like to use multiple channels to communicate with contact center agents – calls, text/SMS, email, web chat and web callback. This video provides an overview of our unified omnichannel contact center, Evolve Contact Suite that integrates with PBX & Microsoft Teams to deliver superior customer experience and enterprise-grade business continuity. 


  • Engage with your customers on their terms over the channel of their convenience
  • Prioritize immediate channels (calls & chats) over deferrable channels
  • Automatically throttle back outbound campaign calls when agents become busy with inbound interactions
  • Deliver a consistent customer experience across all interaction channels
  • Agents can view all the interactions for a customer, their disposition, who handled them, the interaction type, etc.
  • Agents can handle multiple interactions simultaneously based upon their assigned capabilities
  • Last agent routing for dropped calls / abandoned chats / multiple emails from the same customer
  • Move interactions across channels to reduce customer effort — place outbound calls when queues are busy and callers would prefer a callback. Automate and track outbound calls to customers that abandoned while waiting for an agent or were seeking website help outside of operational hours.

Omnichannel vs Multichannel

How is a true omnichannel solution different than a multichannel solution?

By definition, ‘multi’ means ‘many’ which is not so different from ‘omni’, which means ‘all’. This has led contact center solution providers to use these words interchangeably. However, functionality wise, multichannel and omnichannel communication are very different.

In a multichannel contact center solution, businesses have the flexibility to choose from several channels of communications such as calls, text/SMS, web chat, web call back, fax, social media etc. However, these channels operate in silos.

In an omnichannel contact center solution, businesses are offered the flexibility to pick their preferred channel of communication such as a multi-channel solution, but it offers an additional benefit of these channels being integrated i.e. all channels are available to the customer and are connected at the same time.

Is your organization looking to deliver an omnichannel contact center? Click here to learn more about Evolve IP’s omnichannel contact center and differentiate your customer service.


Email, Web, SMS, Social, Mobile routing

Evolve IP’s web browser based agent allows you to interact via your choice of communication channel while enhancing your agent’s productivity and improving customer experience. With Evolve Contact Suite, you can visually build advanced flows that offer self-service applications, data-driven routing, and personalized customer interactions. A single set of business rules and logic for ALL interaction types.