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Category: Contact Lens for Amazon Connect

Top 10 Amazon Connect blog posts of 2022

Over the course of 2022, we have seen organizations who use Amazon Connect, create innovative experiences on behalf of their customers. This includes leveraging machine learning capabilities and insightful analytics to identify trends and areas for improvement in customer service. In this blog post, we wanted to recap some of the frequently deployed and tested […]

Relive the excitement of re:invent 2022 with 3 Amazon Connect customer stories

In 2022, re:Invent returned to in-person gathering of over 50,000 attendees and exciting line-up of launches, keynotes, and sessions. Attendees witnessed new solutions, and delved deep into customer experience innovation, particularly with regards to Amazon Connect. This includes many new trailblazing capabilities including new chat analytics, Agent Workspace, and capacity planning tools. If you missed it, take […]

How to programmatically access Amazon Connect Rules using APIs

Many businesses today use Amazon Connect Rules, a feature of Contact Lens for Amazon Connect, through Amazon Connect console for creating and managing rules. This restricts businesses who want to manage the automation of rules creation and management from any home-grown or third-party solution outside of the Amazon Connect console. Amazon Connect Rules now launched […]

Leverage conversational analytics for chat interactions using Contact Lens for Amazon Connect

In many contact centers, a large amount of invaluable communication resides in chat interactions that can dictate the image of an organization. Deriving conversational analytics from these chat interactions can help identify crucial product feedback, improve agent enablement, and boost overall customer experience for a business. Contact Lens for Amazon Connect recently announced general availability […]

Build a multi-region resilient contact center with Amazon Connect global resiliency

Overview Businesses and enterprises that offer customer service are often required to support their customers 24/7. This makes it possible for businesses to handle urgent and important calls, and provides customers the option to call in at their convenience.  When support services aren’t available or they fall offline, businesses are at risk of customers getting disconnected, or […]

Configure single sign-on using OneLogin for Amazon Connect

Single sign-on (SSO) enables users to access multiple applications securely via a single ID and password. This reduces the headache of remembering multiple username and passwords for users in an organization. Contact Centers are no different and the ability to utilize SSO for contact center applications is a common requirement. Amazon Connect support’s identity federation […]

Automating Amazon QuickSight dashboard creation for analyzing Amazon Connect data

Introduction To get the most advanced analytics benefits, organizations need a robust platform and a cost-effective solution to run a thriving contact center. This is achieved by building a data lake on Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Amazon Connect Data Lake Best Practices whitepaper lays out the various data sources within Amazon Connect, and steps […]

Analyze data for Amazon Connect outbound campaigns

Join us at AWS Contact Center Days October 4-5 to learn how to improve your customer experience with the cloud. Register now › Introduction Organizations need in-depth analytics on their outbound campaign performance. Amazon Connect contact event stream, near real-time streaming of contact (voice calls, chat, and task) events (for example, call queued), lets you dive […]

Amazon Connect adds new capabilities to improve contact center productivity and customer experiences

Amazon Connect Cases (Available in GA) Amazon Connect Cases is a new case management feature built into Amazon Connect that makes it easy for contact center agents to track, collaborate on, and resolve customer cases quickly. Case management is an essential aspect of customer service operations that enables contact center agents to reduce resolution time […]

Analyze Amazon Connect Chatbot performance using Contact Trace Record, Amazon Lex logs, Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight – Part 4

Note: This is the fourth blog in the Amazon Connect reporting blog series. If you haven’t read “Analyze Amazon Connect Contact Trace Record with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight–Part 1”, we strongly recommend you do before proceeding further. Introduction Many organizations want the ability to generate chatbot performance reports for their digital customer experience offering. […]