AWS Contact Center

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Routing contacts based on performance objectives in Amazon Connect: Service level (part 1)

Enterprise contact centers have performance objectives (service levels, agent occupancy, average speed to answer) to deliver a high-quality customer service experience. The strategies used to route incoming contacts have a direct influence on these performance metrics. Amazon Connect makes it possible to route contacts based on objectives that are important to the business. This is […]

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Ingesting content to power real-time recommendations and search with Amazon Connect Wisdom

Contact center agents often encounter questions from customers that require them to reference knowledge documents such as frequently asked questions (FAQs), wikis, product manuals, and how-to guides. Many contact centers use knowledge management systems and document repositories that are siloed and not well-integrated with the applications that contact center agents use when interacting with customers. […]

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Unify and organize customer information with Amazon Connect Customer Profiles with the pre-built Amazon S3 connector

When a customer contacts your contact center, understanding their context is key to providing a great experience. To help you deliver more efficient and personalized customer service, Amazon Connect Customer Profiles helps you create a unified view of a customer’s profile with the most up to date information, to provide more personalized customer service. With […]

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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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