It is a UCCX deployment. My understanding is that IP IVR is the IVR used by UCCX where as UCCE can use Audium or IP IVR. I have worked on UCCE systems using Audium for the last 5 years and know setup very well but have moved to a new role where I am now getting into UCCX.
actually, it's good to clarify the terminology. "IP IVR" is a special UCCX deployment when UCCX acts like an IVR and queue within a UCCE system. UCCX when deployed as an ACD, is just UCCX.
Anyway, to answer your question, within UCCX there are no CallTypes, for instance, so the only thing left is to build your own custom reporting. For instance, you can issue a HTTP request sending some data to an external database. Or an SQL insert. Either way, you will have to create your own custom reporting on this.
UCCX doesn't provide that level of reporting compared with the finer VXML based reporting in UCCE-CVP. A workaround I've seen others done is to update the callvariable1-10 at each step/selection. Not sure if there's a better way for this.
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