Cisco recommends its UCCX solution for mid-market, enterprise branches, and corporate departments of up to 400 agents. As an organization grows, there are many quality assurance needs that may go overlooked. Recordings of calls, as well as details on calls, are needed for increased customer service levels.
While UCCX does provide some call reporting data, it doesn’t illustrate the full picture of customer interactions. In this manner, the Cisco solution may fit a contact center’s immediate needs, but with its scalability, it can be enhanced to fit users long-term goals.
Basically, the collaboration recording solution can be integrated with Cisco’s UCCX to enrich all the call details based on the meta-data available from each platform. This provides organizations with the ability to search for recorded calls and videos using variables available through both systems.
Moreover, with the Verba Recording System, integration comes built-in without extra charges. Recording applies not only to calls, but also agent screens, instant messages (IM), and video.
In addition, this integration also supplies:
- Dialed number searches – search for customer calls that came through a specific phone number into your contact center
- Contact center queue-based QM projects – you can automatically add all calls coming from a queue to a certain quality management project
- Identifying calls of an agent – you can focus on the calls of a certain agent, you will know their identity regardless of where they are placed in the contact center
- Search in Interactive Voice Response (IVR) input – additional customer information collected from IVR are available (customer IDs, zip codes, etc.)
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