The Sherlock star, already receiving plaudits for his role as Hamlet at the Barbican Theatre, was praised for his thirty-five minute ‘tour-de-force’, in which he grappled with the gritty role of ‘Man Shopping in Tesco’.
New research from Call Centre Helper, run in partnership with NewVoiceMedia, reveals that nearly half of industry professionals (44%) name ‘IT issues’ as a key barrier to running an effective contact centre.
The survey, which asked over 600 members of the contact centre industry ‘what barriers stop you from running your dream contact centre?’ also found that budget (67%), the need for new technology (40%) and technology not being joined up (35%), are all responsible for restricting progress in the contact centre.
Spencer Berwin, Managing Director – Sales at JCDecaux, said:
“This spectacular location is like no other, with its incredible size and impact it offers brands an exciting new digital canvas in one of the UK’s largest cities.
We are delighted that we have such high-profile brands capitalising on this opportunity to reach the influential and affluent audiences that travel on this key road in and out of Manchester city.