IS anyone familiar with integrating Genesys ACD with CallManager (4.x or 5.x) environment?
I could find that Genesys T-server supports SIP and provides CTI capabilities.
Any idea what has to be done to integrate them? Will CCM 4.x or 5.x be able to communicate with the T-server over a SIP trunk? Does T-server have ability to communicate with CCM via JTAPI the way IPCC does?
If anyone is interested, I was able to obtain an answer from Ryan Shoemaker of Cisco:
Unfortunately, we don't currently support a SIP integration with Genesys ACD. While they might offer SIP, this is a solution that has not been tested/certified. So we would not recommend that this be proposed as a solution prior to some certification process.
Right now, our only supported implementations of integration with Genesys ACS are:
Cisco Unified CallManager Version 4.0 + Genesys T-Server Version 7.0.2 -
Cisco Unified CallManager Version 4.1 + Genesys T-Server Version 7.2 (Contact Center ACD/IVR)
Cisco Unified CallManager Version 4.1 + Genesys T-Server Version 7.2 (Enterprise:T-Server for Cisco CallManager for GETS, Click to dial app for Enterprise without Call Center ONLY).
These versions have all run through the Cisco Technology Developer Program and are certified. I believe we are in process of looking at CCM 5.X, but today that support is not there.
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