AWS Contact Center

Category: Contact Center

Configure Single Sign-On for Amazon Connect Using Okta

Securing access to your IT resources is paramount. As the number of web-based applications that your employees use increases, so does the difficulty for them to remember their login credentials. Many companies have turned to single sign-on with a variety of identity providers to streamline access to resources and simplify their employees’ routines. With Amazon […]

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Perform an external screen pop with Amazon Connect

One of the most commonly asked questions we get when people begin using Amazon Connect is, “How can I pop my existing web-based application using data gathered in a contact flow?” This post provides a comprehensive example that grabs the incoming data and uses it to pop an external web-based application a new window. It […]

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Hear, Here at City of London: Build a DIY audio tour with Amazon Connect

Co-authored with Dr. Mark A. Tovey, Postdoctoral Fellow, Western University, in Collaboration with the Culture Office City of London The city of London, Canada has partnered with Hear, Here, an audio interpretive sign project founded in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Together, they are setting up the first Canadian Hear, Here project. This blog post describes the […]

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AI Powered Speech Analytics for Amazon Connect (Preview)

One of the primary motivations for Amazon Connect is to make it easy for our customers to deliver better customer service at a lower cost. Applied Artificial Intelligence (AI) permits us to investigate new ways to raise the bar for customer service. Can an AI-based agent participate in the conversation and recommend actions or find […]

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Creating a secure IVR solution with Amazon Connect

Creating a secure IVR solution with Amazon Connect The contact flows in Amazon Connect can be used to create dynamic Interactive Voice Response (IVR) solutions. With Amazon Connect, organizations can gather appropriate personal information to customize the customer experience when they interact with their IVR. The personal information can include social security numbers, credit card […]

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Adopting Amazon Connect in Your Enterprise Contact Center

This blog post describes best practices for adopting and implementing Amazon Connect, a cloud-based contact center built on AWS, into your enterprise. These best practices have been compiled from previous customer migrations to Amazon Connect. Because most contact centers are technologically and organizationally complex, this post focuses on the best way to get started, plan […]

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Restrict Access to your Amazon Connect S3 Bucket

This blog post describes how to create customer access policies to Amazon S3. These buckets are by default not public, and this blog takes it further by locking the bucket to Amazon Connect where your Amazon Connect reports and call recordings are stored. By using appropriate permissions assigned to your Amazon Connect account, you can view scheduled […]

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Identify and Move Unwelcomed Calls on Your Amazon Connect Instance

You’ve deployed a contact center powered by Amazon Connect. You’re now taking calls from customers. Great. However, you’ve been noticing a trend of unwanted inbound calls. Not so great. This post shows you how to build a solution to identify these callers based on the number they call from. Steps for identifying and moving calls […]

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Amazon Connect is Coming Soon to the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) AWS Region

Continuing the global expansion of Amazon Connect, we have announced that coming in the next few months, Amazon Connect will be available in the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) AWS Region. Amazon Connect is an easy-to-use, self-service, cloud contact center service you can use to deliver more engaging customer service experiences. Customer requests have led us to […]

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