Difference between ICM and IPCC

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What is the difference between ICM and IPCC Enterprise ?. This is slightly confusing for me because sometimes ICM is mentioned as part of IPCC product suite. I also saw somewhere that ICM is generally used with TDM PBX/ACD, where as IPCC is generally used in case of IP PBX/ACD.

Can anyone please give a detailed clarification on the difference ?

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Chris Deren Thu, 07/12/2007 - 16:46

ICM is a component of IPCC Enterprise which is a suite of peripherals, such as ICM Router, ICM Logger, ICM AW, ICM HDS, ICM PG, IP-IVR or CVP, and CALLMANAGER.

So, a complete Cisco solution including CallManager and Cisco IVR solution is called IPCC Enterprise, the ICM portion of it is still the same as when you integrate ICM with other ACDs, i.e. Aspect, Avaya, Nortel, etc.

Starting with IPCC Enterprise version 7.0 cisco introduced 2 variations of IPCCE: Traditional and System. System IPCCE is a scaled down version of IPCCE but includes simlified installation and web based configration. Depending on your requirements (toology, number of agents, IVR solution,etc) one may be recommanded/required over the other.

HTH, please rate all helpful posts!

Chris

Thanks much,

I had one more question along similar lines. What is the difference between Cisco IPCC Enterprise and Cisco Unified Communication Contact?

My understanding from the various presentations is that, IPCC Enterprise is deployed at the enterprise, where as CUCC is hosted. Is that right ? Or is there more to this ?

david.macias Fri, 07/13/2007 - 09:49

Cisco IPCC Enterprise and Unified CCE is the same thing, UCCE is the new name for the IPCC Enterprise suite.

david

Chris Deren Fri, 07/13/2007 - 10:18

As David said it is the same product after last year's rebranding throughout Cisco voice portfolio.

Unified Contact Center (formerly IPCC) can be purchased as Hosted version as well for service providers, etc.

Chris

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