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digicom Eventrouting
Much more than just an ACD

Your company consists of a complex framework of processes, communications channels and systems. digicom is a cloud contact centre application that seamlessly networks these existing modules with each other and interconnects all information and processes.

How does digicom Eventrouting work?

So simple.
So effective.

  1. Routing

    We designate all events as individual contacts in the customer dialogue. From e-mail, telephone and fax to chat, social media and personal visits. digicom brings all of these events together…

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    Routing
  2. Pooling

    … and pools them under a unified interface. Your existing individual systems are used for this. Your employees therefore have direct access to all events and the corresponding customer information.

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    Pooling
  3. Networking

    This networking of the channels and systems enables comprehensive, seamless customer dialogue and minimises the time spent on familiarisation and training.

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    Networking
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What can digicom Eventrouting do?

digicom completely organises
your customer dialogue.

  • Contact-Centre

    digicom Eventrouting provides everything you need for professional call management in the service centre and, in doing so, combines all channels from telephony to e-mail, social media and chat. The functions include, among other things:

    • inbound-telephony and dialler
    • call monitoring and wallboard
    • complex distribution algorithms
    • announcement management and statistics
  • Automation

    The automation of routines often fails because data is captured in different systems. digicom overcomes such data silos and allows systems to “speak” to each other. Data from system A can be provided to system B, for example in order to:

    • send e-mail reminders
    • start outbound campaigns for routine appointments
    • trigger re-orders on the basis of minimum quantities
  • Visitor management

    Even analogue events such as on-site visitors can be managed perfectly with digicom digital:

    • from registration
    • to determining the issue
    • and providing the correct person to speak to,
    • to the preparation of all relevant information
  • Alerting

    digicom records information from your systems, processes it and delivers it exactly when it is needed. In this way, alerting scenarios - for example - can be implemented reliably and without redundancy:

    • security system reports a disturbance
    • digicom receives this information
    • and forwards it to clearly defined units
  • Chat-Module

    Complex advisory situations often require internal consultation. This should remain unseen by end customers and take place in real time. Ideally, this is resolved by the whisper function in the digicom chat module:

    • chat records can be forwarded to supervisor
    • no media disruptions, as no additional tool is necessary
    • internal “whispering” remains hidden from the customer, who is provided with the correct answer more quickly
Why digicom Eventrouting?

Across channels. Across departments. Across systems.

  • Time and cost saving


    digicom brings together your existing systems at a higher level. In this way, you can use your available resources noticeably more efficiently.

  • One interface


    digicom brings together processes and information currently isolated in individual tools under a single interface.

  • Know-how


    digicom is based on the experience we have amassed in over 20 years of development work on customer dialogue systems across all sectors and sizes of company

What does digicom look like?

digicom is the central control entitiy

System log-in with 3 applications

  1. Dashboard
    (agent interface large)
  2. Mini-client
    (agent interface small)
  3. Admin/supervisor
    (admin interface)

Dashboard – overview

  1. Overview of allocated groups/departments, as well as the corresponding agents/employees
  2. Processing area for incoming events, such as e-mails, chats + calls

Function toolbar

  1. Status (e.g. break, calls, media)
  2. Reports/administration (z.B. wallboard, outbound)
  3. Settings (e.g. group login or logoff, basic settings)

Mini-client

  1. Group overview as well as processing of incoming events

Wallboard

  1. Data in real time: different presentations possible (e.g. chart or carousel)

Admin interface

  1. Administration of master data, groups, skills, agent/user data, phone number management, announcement editing, and much more.

Statistics

  1. digicom provides comprehensive statistics
    • Agenten analyses
    • Group overviews
    • Campaign management & event progression
    • Time periods
    • Output formats (CSV, XLS, PDF, etc.)
    • ad hoc or automated
Ready for artificial intelligence

Two that are made for each other.

digicom and digicom ai fit together perfectly. Simple routine tasks can be automated using artificial intelligence. This frees up your employees’ mental capacity for intensive advisory work

digicom

digicom Eventrouting brings enquiries to the right contact person across communications channels and departments.

digicom ai

With digicom ai, you add a virtual agent. The AI recognises standard enquiries such as “where is my order?” and responds to them automatically.
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Glossary

The most frequently used expressions briefly explained:

What does the abbreviation ACD stand for?

Automatic Call Distribution.
Often also multi-channel ACD, cloud ACD or contact centre and cloud contact centre.
The aim is to connect the caller as quickly as possible to the most suitable free agent. The same system is also used for fax, e-mail, web and other forms of communication = automatic message distribution.

What is an agent?

Also called a customer service representative. Employee of a call centre responsible for taking incoming customer calls (inbound) or performing customer calls (outbound) e.g. for customer support, answering questions, sales, order taking, scheduling appointment, sending information material and complaints. In addition to the term “agent”, terms such as operator, customer service employee, customer service representative or telemarketer are frequently used.

What does a contact centre do?

Often also referred to as a contact centre or service centre. A call centre is a tool for organising customer and market communications on the basis of telecommunications technology. Generally speaking, the customer is provided with a central phone number for this, under which the company itself or an external service provider offers a hotline or another service. Call centres are increasingly developing from a mere service facility into a central customer interface for the company. That is why they are today also referred to as customer interaction centres, communication centres or customer care centres.

What does logging in mean?

Term for an agent logging in to a computer system or to an ACD system in the call centre. Using this function, the agent can generally work at any workplace.

What is the call processing time?

It includes the actual call time including the follow-up work after the call.

Agent group - what is that?

In call centres, the pooling of several employees with a certain qualification that are controlled by the ACD system are mostly referred to as a group. A group has permanently assigned phone numbers (entry channels), and group rules and routings are stored for it.

What does follow-up time mean?

Refers to the work carried out by a call centre employee immediately after a call. It includes, for example, forwarding or processing orders or complaints, or initiating the dispatch of certain documents. In call centre technical language, follow-up work is frequently also referred to as after-call work or wrap-up.

What does queuing mean?

In addition to routing, queuing is one of the central tasks of the ACD system. This function ensures that all incoming calls are registered as a “queue” and handled according to defined priorities until they are forwarded to an agent or group for personal pick-up. This allows, for example, priority to be given to customers that are particularly lucrative. The queuing mechanism also ensures that incoming faxes or e-mails are processed within the agreed service times

What does service level stand for?

It is the name for the parameter that measures the personal reachability of a call centre. The service level comprises two factors:
1: the percentage of callers who reach a call centre employee in person.
2: a time interval - normally measured in seconds - in which these calls are picked up personally.

What is a supervisor?

Term used for the line manager of a group of employees (agent group) within a call centre.

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