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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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Analyze Amazon Connect Contact Trace Record with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight–Part 1

Introduction Many organizations want the capability to perform analytics on the contact center data for an extended period and build custom reports for different business needs. Since Amazon Connect is an open platform and offers APIs and mechanisms to integrate with third party reporting application, organizations can stream Contact Trace Record (CTR) to Amazon Kinesis […]

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Analyzing Amazon Connect usage with agent desktop and streaming data

As customer engagement expectations become increasingly advanced, contact center managers find themselves in need of granular visibility of their contact center usage. For example, customers seek to understand usage patterns by agent, business division, caller intent, routing queue, or customer segment. Amazon Connect provides a real-time performance dashboard so that you can monitor the overall health of […]

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Real-time customer insights using machine learning with Contact Lens for Amazon Connect

Contact Lens for Amazon Connect provides a set of machine learning (ML) capabilities integrated into Amazon Connect. These capabilities enable businesses to analyze call recordings for customer sentiment, trends, and compliance of conversations. Contact center supervisors want real-time insights into customer experience issues while calls are in progress to provide proactive assistance to their agents. Historically, […]

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Machine learning-based customer insights with Contact Lens for Amazon Connect

Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the general availability of Contact Lens, machine learning powered contact center analytics for Amazon Connect. Amazon Connect is an easy-to-use cloud contact center that helps companies of any size deliver superior customer service at lower cost. With Contact Lens, supervisors and quality assurance managers can easily understand the sentiment, […]

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Automate employee support lines with Amazon Connect

When a crisis like COVID-19 occurs, companies are unsure how it will impact their employees, customers, and community. During unprecedented times, many companies prioritize the health of their employees while keeping their business running. Maintaining this balance is difficult, especially when doing so manually is cumbersome. In response, companies have experimented with automated contact center […]

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