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How do you get a 360° CRM view of mobile phone activities?

Ian Moyse, EMEA Sales Director Natterbox In today’s business world, who does not have a mobile phone? Whether it be a company provided device or increasingly a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), this ...

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What does Brexit mean to Natterbox?

We can’t escape it, with 29th March rapidly approaching, all media attention is focused on what will happen next, as the Country sits back and awaits uncertainty. So, as everyone else is talking ...

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Does the Contact Centre have a future?

With the rise in such a variety of communication devices, does the Contact Centre really have a future? In today’s society, we take for granted the vast amount of smart technology that surround ...

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Trading Places at Natterbox

Natterbox is always committed to our Corporate Social Responsibility and we regularly find ways to give back to those less fortunate than ourselves. Our Summer Experience in July enabled us to ...

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My call is important to you, but I don’t want to hold the line!

 The phone used to be our standard go to for communicating, after all it was our only way of communicating quickly, with the only alternative being the good old Royal Mail. As children we would ...

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Natterbox Review: Q&A with Reconomy

We interviewed Graham Stone from Reconomy at our Natterbox Exchange customer event to discover how they use Natterbox and what impact connecting their Salesforce CRM with their telephony system ...

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Natterbox Review: Q&A with Building Materials

We interviewed Sam Matharu from Building Materials at our Natterbox Exchange customer event to discover how they use Natterbox and what impact connecting their Salesforce CRM with their telephony ...

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Natterbox Review: Q&A with Accordance

We interviewed Claire Madoux from Accordance at our Natterbox Exchange customer event to discover how they use Natterbox and what impact connecting their Salesforce CRM with their telephony ...

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Life as a Natterbox Apprentice

With the tech-world growing frighteningly fast, it is important that the next generation are prepared. Although the usual University route is still remaining popular; apprenticeship participation ...

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