For the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Office & Enterprise platforms
With a host of call handling features, your client can ensure
their callers are provided with
clear information, supported by in queue options, call overflow and more.
Pre-configure a personalised welcome
message for each call queue, allowing the
caller to know they have reached their chosen
Configure personalised in queue messages that
keep callers informed of important information.
Each message can also include up to twelve IVR
keys, which can be used to offer callers a range
of in queue options.
Callers are periodically informed of their current
queue position, enabling them to be comforted,
knowing that they are moving forward in the
Schedule when queues are in and out of service. Calls routed to queues that are out of service can be overflowed to a pre-configured destination.
Provides callers with the option to hangup but remain in the queue. The call continues to progress in the normal manner until it reaches the front of the queue. An outbound call is then made from the chosen agent back to the caller.
Your clients can route calls using their preferred method. The chosen method can be different for each queue and includes sequential, circular, longest waiting and skill based routing.
Includes comprehensive agent features allowing agents to
manage their current state
while answering calls quickly and in a professional manner.
Agents can login, logout and and set their
availability by selecting from an unlimited list
of pre-configured absence codes.
Provides agents with a few seconds to prepare
themselves before taking the first call.
Additionally, during the preparation timer, the
agent can also make themself unavailable,
which allows the supervisor to know they are
present but not taking calls.
Calls delivered to an agent are presented with
the callers number, queue where the call
arrived and duration of the call. Agents are
also provided with basic call controls allowing
them to answer, hold and hangup calls.
The system can be configured to automatically
log the agent out when they fail to answer a
call. this is useful when an agent walks away
from their desk and forgets to make themself
Allows agents to login and out of queues on
the fly. This can be very helpful when a queue
is extremely busy and additional agents are
required to handle calls.
Using Rainbow in conjunction with Vurella’s
Dock or smart phone app, agents can work
anywhere in the world. What’s more, there is no
need to connect to a VPN, they just need a
standard internet connection.
Call wrap-up is initiated after each call and
provides agents with a few seconds to prepare
themself ready to take the next call. The
wrap-up time is configurable for each queue and can be ended prematurely at the agents
This useful feature enables agents to select
from a drop down list and specify why the call
was received. The reason codes and
descriptions are pre-configurable and included
as part of the supervisor reporting.
Agents can attract the supervisors attention
using the raise hand feature. This informs the
supervisor that the agent requires assistance,
and is particularly useful when facing a difficult
With the supervisor application, your client can be
continually updated as to the status of
their call centre, by monitoring agents and generating reports.
Using the agent dashboard, supervisors can
visually monitor the state of each agent.
Additionally, the supervisor can also see how
long the agent has been in their current state,
and to which queues they are assigned.
It’s possible that agents may be required to
work using only a handset. Under these
circumstances a supervisor can log agents in
and set their availability without the agent
requiring access to a PC or laptop.
The supervisor application includes an
extensive range of reports which can be output
in both PDF and Excel formats. Reports can be
generated on the fly, or scheduled to be
received automatically by e-mail.
Enables supervisors to put specific queues in
and out of service. This is useful when a team of
agents require training and calls need to be
overflowed to a different queue.
With this feature, a supervisor can close down
their call centre with the click of a button. The
emergency closure option automatically puts
all queues out of service and redirects calls to
the appropriate overflow destination.
Monitor live call/agent stats on a big screen monitor or a
PC/Laptop via an internet browser.
ensuring action can be taken immediately when the call centre is not performing.
Display a range of call stats including , calls
waiting, answered, abandoned, longest waiting,
current SLA, total calls. average ring time and
Display how many agents are logged in,
logged out, available, unavailable, on calls,
in wrap-up and more.
Configure thresholds which cause the
appropriate statistic to blink and/or play a tone
when the threshold is broken.
Display statistics in a range of different colours,
change the font and re-arrange tiles according
to your client preference.
All queues can be configured to automatically
reset back to zero at a specified time. This
allows the stats to refreshed overnight ready
for the following day.
Display one or multiple queues on a single
wallboard. It’s also possible to create a
summary board combining the totals from