AWS Contact Center

Tag: Amazon Connect

Managing quick connects with a new API in Amazon Connect

In the contact center world, agents frequently transfer contacts to other agents or queues. They also transfer calls to external Direct Inward Dialing (DID) or toll-free numbers. This may mean scanning hundreds of numbers to find the correct one to dial. Transferring the customer to the wrong destination also leads to inefficiency and frustration. Maintaining […]

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Predict customer contact intent using AI and Amazon Connect

Customers engage with businesses using a multitude of contact channels like voice, messaging, web, and social media. Each interaction includes customer identification, verification, and understanding the intent. This is followed by servicing the contact intent using either automated or live assistance. The primary customer need is expedited assistance to resolve the reason for the contact. […]

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Provide easy communication with doctors and streamline billing for patients with Amazon Connect

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many service industries to provide remote alternatives. The contact center has become a valuable resource for their customers. For healthcare providers, telehealth visits are a core service that may be supported by a contact center. However, legacy contact centers often make it difficult for patients to connect with their health […]

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Easily set up interactive messages for your Amazon Connect chatbot

As businesses increasingly use digital channels for customer service, they are more regularly turning to chatbots to deliver fast, positive customer experiences while reducing costs. Whether the customer has a question about a product feature, billing issue, or product return, an interactive chatbot helps them avoid wait times and get clear answers quickly. However, many […]

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Managing user hierarchy with a new API in Amazon Connect

Customers have had to create and maintain their agent hierarchy structure manually in Amazon Connect and keep it in sync with their internal systems of record. Every time an agent was added or removed or changed the department or location they worked at, their hierarchy settings needed to be manually changed in Connect. This was […]

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Configure single sign-on using Microsoft Azure Active Directory 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 supports identity federation […]

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Simplify number management in Amazon Connect with dynamic routing

Overview of the solution Corporations today can accumulate hundreds or even thousands of telephone numbers, making it difficult to keep an accurate inventory or know the treatment for each number. Sales and marketing departments can have a different number for every marketing campaign, or customer service may have numbers for every support center. Businesses want […]

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Create and update agents in bulk with Amazon Connect

Contact center managers must often add and remove agents quickly, or manage agents as a group. The ability to do so efficiently and in bulk is essential to the timely management of contact center agents. Amazon Connect currently offers methods to perform bulk user (agent) creation and bulk user updates within the User Management functions […]

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Easily monitor call quality with Amazon Connect

When managing your contact center, call quality has a significant impact on the customer experience. If your agents take calls on Amazon Connect using the softphone over the internet, the audio quality is typically high. However, changes in networking conditions can result in varying audio quality from factors such as increased latency or packet loss.

By capturing and storing real-time call metrics, you can proactively monitor call quality. In this blog, we describe a solution which captures real-time metrics from the Amazon Connect softphone, creates easily understandable dashboards from the metrics, and makes this data searchable for further analysis.

The dashboards give your contact center supervisors and operators insights into the customer experience from both a business and operational lens. They can help you answer questions like how many calls are abnormally short, how many calls experience poor audio quality, and other common operational questions. This allows your business to take actions to improve the customer experience.

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Managing agent routing profiles with a new Amazon Connect API

Contact centers operate with ever-changing conditions related to interaction volumes, staffing, and the ability to optimize resources to address customer needs. One of the biggest challenges with achieving operational efficiency is knowing how to quickly make routing changes to adapt to emerging customer trends on a case by case basis. Historically, contact center administrators had […]

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