Service Level Threshold: 60
Service Level Type: Abandoned Calls have Negative Impact
Bucket Intervals: 60, 120, 180, 240, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540
Shouldn't the Abandoned Within Service Level (ServiceLevelAband) = the Abandoned Within Interval 1 (AbandInterval1) since the SL and Interval1 are the same?
Yes, those two figures should be the same in this case. What behavior are you seeing? Can you give a specific example?
I would double-check the SL Threshold and Buckets. I can't think of any way that your ServiceLevelAband would be higher than AbandInterval1 unless your SL Threshold is longer than the first Bucket interval.
Did you change your buckets or threshold recently? Don't forget that such a change is not retroactive... only calls that occur after the change will be recorded under the new buckets and threshold.
Hmm... I admit I'm a bit stumped. I assume you've tried a few different DateTime ranges and see the same thing everywhere?
We are using PCCE 10.0.1. I woudl like to see a report that shows all the CLID's that were abandoned. Could you please point me to a relevant template that can report this
Prakashar, this is not the right thread to ask that question, please start a new thread when your topic does not match the topic you're replying to.
You will likely not find a free template with the information you're looking for. If you have a CUIC Premium or Lab install, you can develop your own, otherwise you will likely need to contract a 3rd party to develop such a report for you.
could it have anything to do with call arrival patterns? for example, if a call comes in at 1:30:45, and abandons at 1:31:32, the interval it abandons in would be a different interval than say one that abandoned at 1:30:49.
if many cx abandon after 45 seconds, your sl abandon would be higher than interval because your sl is 60 sec. if it was 20 seconds, you should see these numbers aligned more closely.
i think :)
Both "ServiceLevelAband" and "AbandInterval1" should both get incremented at the same time, so your suggestion wouldn't make them be different. (Also, 1:30 and 1:31 are in the same interval by the way) It certainly makes sense for events that are recorded at different times to be different across interval boundaries (CallsOffered and ServiceLevelOffered, for example), but that should not be the case with the various Abandon statistics.
Here's my train of thought on this:
The key here is that we're looking for an event where a caller can somehow abandon within the Service Level threshold of 60 seconds, but outside of the 60 second bucket interval. And do it quite regularly. Seems quite impossible to me, but it has somehow happened in Wil's environment.
I suppose my next steps in a situation like this would be to review the scripting and make sure there aren't any strange scenarios at play there.