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Powerful Contact Center Features

Automated Call Distribution (ACD)

The Automated Call Distribution engine is the “routing” engine that manages inbound and outbound media, making sure that phone calls, emails, chats, and texts are properly routed. For inbound media, this advanced system has a myriad of configuration options and extensible features that offer the most sophisticated skill set management systems and the easiest queue management.

PBX Integration

Contact Center (CC) uses SIP trunks to connect from the cloud to any PBX or PSTN connection that supports SIP trunking. There are multiple ways to deploy CC:

  • Connected to Asterisk or BroadSoft directly from the platform
  • Connected to any third-party PBX that supports SIP trunking
  • A standalone system connected to the PSTN using a dedicated DID or toll-free number without any PBX at all (i.e. inbound surveys and appointment reminders)


Contact Center offers several styles of real-time dashboards that display important performance data including:

  • Calls in queue, agents (ready, busy, and DND), abandoned, and service levels
  • Agent details like name, station, status, time in status, and current queue
  • Configuration color coding for alerts, notifications, and warnings
  • Tile layout style with colorful, easy-to-view graphics (i.e. charts, gauges, and statistics)
  • Interactive boards that allow drag and drop queues, campaigns, skills, teams, and agent management in real time

Call Recording

The agent system includes the ability to record agents’ calls for quality management and call tracking. This is included as part of the agent seat license.

  • Conduct detailed searches for agent, date, time, queue, and user information
  • Scoring for quality assurance
  • No limit to number of days in storage (fee for expanded storage)
  • Does not include screen recording (not recommended for cloud solutions)


Contact Center has a robust reporting engine that offers more than 50 canned reports including:

  • Queue performance (by day, week, month, and queue)
  • Agent performance (by day, week, month, and queue)
  • Media performance (i.e. voice, chat, text, and email)
  • IVR details including calls by hour and by number
  • Survey details including results by agent, question, or summary


  • Unlimited schedules and types are supported and may be assigned to each queue
  • Holiday automation (set it once and forget it) including half days
  • DNIS-based auto attendants and call flows

Workforce Management (WFM)

Contact Center includes Workforce Management functionality for agent administration including:

  • Agent scheduling (from 5-minute to 60-minute increments)
  • Forecasting using call history from the CC platform (External imports on call history are not supported at this time)
  • Get real-time adherence updates and reports that show if agents are matching the schedule
  • Multiple locations, pay periods, and shifts are supported
  • PTO (Paid Time Off) management and workflow is included

Agent UX

Contact Center can also include screen pop applications to allow for the data collected from the call flow and database interaction to be displayed on the agent’s desktop. This allows the agent to see data collected from the caller during their interaction with IVR and from the integrated CRM so the customer doesn’t have to repeat information already collected. This creates a more pleasant caller experience and reduces call length. Some of Contact Center’s agent features include:

  • Custom widgets allow for agent and queue specific apps on the desktop
  • Supervisor actions and coaching applications including Listen, Whisper, Join, Take
  • Custom agent scripting tools including worksheet and instructional data by DNIS or by queue
  • Custom survey style questions with branching logic and data storage
  • Custom CRM integration requires a professional services engagement