Scheduled JobsA lot happens in your call center everyday, and it’s often hard to keep track of how your agents are performing every day. Data collection can be a tiring job, and making sense of it all it’s even harder. Would you like to have detailed reports about your call-center performance, neatly organized and formatted as you choose them to be, delivered automatically to you by email at regular intervals? If your answer is yes, then keep reading.
Discover in this new tutorial how to automatically track normal outbound calls with QueueMetrics call-center software for Asterisk PBX.
We will guide you step by step through the several benefits of using the new outbound call tracking feature of QueueMetrics’ Uniloader in your daily call center management.
In this tutorial we will guide you through the new Outbound Call Tracking feature of QueueMetrics.
This feature allows the tracking of outbound calls without resorting to DialPlan additions using the QueueMetrics’ Real-Time page, the Agent page or the customizable Reports.
In this tutorial you will learn how to easy configure queues and agents in QueueMetrics call center manager software, using the Synchronizer module
In this tutorial you will learn how to track calls, without relying only on a classic queue structure. This is especially useful when calls are routed to specific people or groups during defined events.
We will discover how to use the parking lot tracking feature of QueueMetrics’ Uniloader, that can be used to track parked calls “as if” they were normal calls handled on a queue.
It’s one of those days again. You are tasked with finding the root source
of an intermittent production problem in a web application.
To be able to scale out on demand, QueueMetrics Live, our
hosted call-center analytics platform for Asterisk PBXs, is built as a cluster of
differet services who talk to each other over HTTP - so chance has it, finding what
went wrong and how will begin (and often end) by looking at some web logs.
Web logs are produced by a plethora of different systems - not just web servers, but
reverse proxies, user-facing web applications, API servers, databases - you name ‘em. And there is one
thing they all have in common: they are all slightly different.
The following guide details how to set up QueueMetrics’ WebRTC softphone.
For the scope of this tutorial we will be working with the FreePBX distro “FreePBX 126.96.36.199” that runs “Asterisk 13.14.0”.
In this new case history, Xin Ye, Managing Director of OCO InfoComm, tells us about his experience using QueueMetrics and his company expertise to implement a complex and stable IVR without incurring the huge cost involved with using legacy systems.