Many contact center operators find themselves at a crossroads. They must find ways of increasing agility, and running more efficiently and cost effectively. They’ve got to dig themselves out of the past and propel themselves into the future. And this they must do amid a rapidly changing market. As providers consolidate, contact center operators can face uncertainty about ongoing iteration and support for their installed products. Managing a traditional contact center has never been more challenging.Fortunately, the use of cloud-delivered applications and cloud-resident infrastructure and platforms for core business requirements has continued trending upwards and moving upmarket. Uptake of cloud communications, including contact center functionality, is no exception. In alignment with emerging corporate strategies prioritizing cloud options, organizations of all sizes increasingly are finding value in migrating from outdated, inflexible, and complex on-premises contact center systems and tools to cloud-based contact center software.