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Click to Call in Amazon Connect

Customers can try to find answers on company websites or mobile app before contacting customer service. Customer experience executives have struggled to carry that web or mobile click-stream behavior and context into the contact center interaction. The idea of creating a continuation of customer journey from web/mobile into the contact center for personalization, automation, and […]

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Amazon Connect – Best practices for running outbound campaigns

Many contact center managers want to proactively reach out to more customers by leveraging high-volume voice, SMS and email capabilities to keep them engaged, informed, and on schedule for appointments, bill payments, or other events and activities. The vast majority of these communications are phone calls, and in many contact centers, agents make the calls […]

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Analyze Amazon Connect Chat sentiments using Contact Trace Record, Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight–Part 3

Note: This is the third 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 Organization that offer web chat as a communication channel strive to get insights into their customers’ […]

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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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Analyze Amazon Connect Contact Lens using Contact Trace Record, Amazon Athena, and Amazon QuickSight–Part 2

Note: This is the second 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 capability to improve the efficiency of their contact center’s quality analysis process. […]

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Programmatically search for users using an API in Amazon Connect

User management is a critical component of a contact center. Typical use cases include creating and updating user profiles. However, another significant use case is searching for and reporting on these users based on unique characteristics such as their profiles or tags. Amazon Connect now provides an API using which customers can search for contact […]

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How to play prompts in an Amazon Connect contact flow from an Amazon S3 bucket

Amazon Connect, our cloud contact center on demand, allows playing prompts uploaded to the Amazon Connect instance, or playing dynamic TTS prompts (Text to Speech) using Amazon Polly. This works well for the majority of customers; however, some need to use prompts without going through the Amazon Connect admin user interface for various reasons. For […]

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Simplify contact flow management by leveraging modules in Amazon Connect

Customers often have repeatable logic that is needed throughout the customer journey in contact center experiences. We’re going to take a look at how to simplify contact flow management by leveraging modules in Amazon Connect. The ability to build contact flow logic once, and reference it from other contact flows has been a customer request […]

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Optimize customer wait experience in queue using Amazon Connect

Long wait times in contact center queues are a key driver for customer frustration. They also increase costs to companies. Typically, the workforce management (WFM) teams forecast and adjust staffing to minimize the time a customer waits in queue before they can speak to a contact center agent. However, resource management is an optimization between […]

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Managing queues with a new API in Amazon Connect

Contact center administrators managing skills-based routing profiles often struggle to keep up with rapidly changing business requirements. New queues, labeled as skills traditionally, are required to meet changing routing and reporting needs. Adding or updating queues, associating or disassociating quick connects, and updating hours of operation for queues are some of the most frequently performed […]

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