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Chris Rall

Chris Rall


Chris joined unymira in 2016 as a Sales Manager. Chris has a strong background in application management and over 5 years software industry experience. Prior to this position he worked for Vodafone and IBM, giving him the ability to easily understand process and service challenges within enterprise organizations. Chris is the right person to accompany the buying process for unymira products on every step of the process and to ensure the future success of your service department. In 2018, he joined our United States team as part of our growth strategy and he is now responsible for new business opportunities and customers in the US. Chris has a Bachelor of Science degree from DHBW Stuttgart in Application Management. In his free time Chris enjoys producing music, training for obstacle runs and spend time with his wife.


Published articles

unymira Blog

05. Dec. 2018
Chris Rall

5 Best Practices on how to implement a Knowledge Base

Implementing a Knowledge Base in your organization can be a time-consuming process. Many companies avoid implementing a Knowledge Base because they have had a negative experience with their homegrown solutions or former knowledge initiatives. That's wrong.

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10. Oct. 2018
Chris Rall

Salesforce Dreamforce 2018 Recap

At this year’s Dreamforce Conference by Salesforce more than 170,000 attendees participated in 4 exciting expo days at an impressive National Park setting in San Francisco to discuss the future of Customer Service.

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13. Sep. 2018
Chris Rall

Is a Professional Knowledge Base Worth the Investment?

professional Knowledge Base is usually an investment into a new software product that aims to improve processes for a certain department. This article will outline a possible impact that a professional knowledge base can make in a contact center environment.

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10. Jul. 2018
Chris Rall

Professional Knowledge Base Versus SharePoint

Knowledge is an essential part of every organization. As an organization grows knowledge that is essential to the functioning of the organization is acquired. Organizational knowledge can range from the very basic, knowing the vendors with whom the organization does business, to more complex

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01. Jun. 2018
Chris Rall

Why Does Customer Service Suck?

“A satisfied customer is a returning customer” this is a secret that every business owner knows and believes in; when customers are happy with the products they purchase and with the service that they receive they are likely to be repeat customers and to share their positive experiences

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18. May. 2018
Chris Rall

Why is Knowledge Important for Customer Service?

There is an old saying that says, “Knowledge is power” and although many of us try to deny this, and even fight against it (especially in youth) at some point most of us come to the realization that knowledge is power and that without the right knowledge it is far more difficult to succeed

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