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Diallers

Outbound dialling systems are typically used where high volumes of quick turnover outbound calls are...View

Decision Maker Contact (DMC) or Right-Party Contact (RPC)

Decision Maker Contact (DMC) is a phrase used in outbound telemarketing. A decision maker is the...View

Call Forecasting 9 - Establishing Workload and Handling Times

Establishing the Workload In previous steps we understood how to collect and collate usable call volume...View

Call Forecasting 2 - Monthly Profile

Monthly Calls Annual calls start to have more meaning when a monthly breakdown is applied. In...View

Contact Propensity

Contact propensity is referred to as the likelihood of a customer repeat contact. This propensity is...View

Occupancy & Service Level Relationship Graphs

This presentation shows you the clear relationship between occupancy and service level. You will see occupancy...View

Call Forecasting 1 - Historic Call Profile

Source Data An understanding of call volumes is key to forecasting staffing and budget requirements in...View

Average Speed of Answer (ASA) / Average Delay

Average Response Time (ART) - also called Average Speed of Answer (ASA) or Average Delay...View

Rostered Staff Factor (RSF)

Rostered Staff Factor (RSF) refers to the number of scheduled staff required to meet service...View

Books: Full Contact: Greg Levin

Contact Center Practices and Strategies that Make an ImpactView

Call Forecasting 5 - Intra-Day Profile

Intra-Day Time Segment Calls Having understood call volumes received throughout all periods from day to full...View

Call Forecasting 8 - Intra-Day Profile Tables

Creating Profile Tables Having established the daily call volume, this can be tabulated to represent the...View

Durant v FSA (2003) UK Data Protection

Information Commissioner's Office (October 2004)View

Sweatshop Cause & Effect

The 'cause and effect' of the 'sweatshop' syndrome. CAUSES Inadequate resourcing Too many calls High occupancy levels Unrealistic targets Customers complaining Verbal...View

How to Calculate Shrinkage Absences

Many call centres do not allow for adequate shrinkage allowances for the varied off-phone activities. ...View

Agent Summary Analysis for ACD Agent Group Report

This ACD report provides a summary of overall Agent Performance and is very useful for...View

Abandon Call Threshold

An abandoned call threshold is a time which can be set in the ACD. The...View

How to Calculate Normalised Calls Per Hour

Contact centres that rely on agent calls per hour as a key metric come under...View

Call Forecasting 3 - Weekly Profile

Weekly Calls Having considered the annual and monthly view, the next volume period to consider is...View

Incoming Call Analysis for ACD Group Report - Intra-day Time

This ACD report is an intra-day time generated report. Often best viewed when slpit through...View

Invisible Queue

A queue in the everyday sense means to form a line and wait for attention. This...View

The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003 (UK)

The long-awaited review of the Employment Agencies Regulations came into force on 6 April 2004...View

Telephone Service Factor (TSF)

Also known as Service Level (SL) and Grade of Service (GOS)View

Books: Call Centre Management on Fast Forward: Brad Cleveland

Brad Cleveland: Succeeding in the new era of customer relationshipsView

Call Arrival and Transfer by ACD Group Report

This ACD report charts the call arrival pattern by ACD Group and transfers. See other ACD...View

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