I have a question about the Service Level configuration:
The Service Level parameter is the target maximum number of seconds a call is queued before it is connected to an agent.
Does it mean that the time the call spends ringing in the agents' phone is not taken into account in this parameter?
If a call is waiting for 5 seconds, then an agent is Ready but doesn't answer in 15 seconds and the call is queued again for another 7 seconds, then another agents becomes ready and answers in 2 seconds. What is the amount of time taken into account for this parameter? Is it 5 + 7? Only 5?
Re: Doubt about "Service Level" in IPCCX / CRS system
Service Level for a CSQ is the time that is decided that the agents "should" answer the call by (seconds)
Defined in AppAdmin/RMCM/CSQ on each CSQ.
So to answer calls for CSQ "Support" within 15 seconds, you should change the default to 15. Then, when running the reports based on CSQ it will report how many calls were answered within the Service Level.
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