Complete the supervisor training, or proceed through the various setup tasks for your contact center, step-by-step.
Configure settings for contact center agents, such as adding ACD skills, adding wrap-up codes, managing queues, and creating canned responses.
See dashboards and views, work with queue and management tools, set and receive alerts, and generate reports to check the current and past performance of your contact center.
Dynamically match customer interactions and agents.
Manage outbound dialing campaigns with options to run sequences of campaigns or through scheduling.
Provide agents with the tools and motivation to improve their performance with development and feedback training modules and gamification.
Manage policies for recording, evaluation, and calibration policies, assign and complete evaluations, and analyze results.
Scripts are on-screen instructions that help agents process calls. Scripts present details about a caller or contact to the agent, often with fields for collecting or updating information.
Gain insights into customer-agent conversations through sentiment analysis and topic trends to highlight areas of improvement, recognition or concern to better understand and serve customers and employees.
Drive employee engagement to enhance business outcomes with features such as workforce management, performance management, quality management, and speech and text analytics.
Create and monitor management units, make configuration changes, develop short-term forecasts, create and publish schedules, and evaluate intraday differences between forecast and actual values.