Flex iACD is just right for most small to medium businesses.
To be competitive in a digitally connected economy, your company must provide the best possible customer experiences at every touch point and especially when customers call in to place orders or get assistance. That’s true even if you have a small help desk or customer care environment.
Flex Integrated Automatic Call Distribution (iACD) is a cloud-based service that provides routing and queuing with basic supervisory and agent features, making it ideal for companies that don’t require an advanced contact center solution, but need incoming calls handled quickly and efficiently.
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Flex iACD Features
Multiple Inbound DIDs or pilot numbers, can terminate to a queue.
6 Call Distribution Methods
Intelligently route callers based on criteria, such as first available, longest idle or round robin.
Each pilot number may have a primary or secondary announcement file.
Zero Out of Queue
Callers can press zero to exit a queue and be redirected to a defined location or voicemail box.
Monitor, Whisper, Barge-in
Supervisors can silently monitor a call, speak to an agent without the caller hearing, or barge into a call to help.
Customizable Call Disposition Codes
Supervisors can create and use codes to note how an agent handled a call (e.g., “sold yellow widget,” etc.)
Agents can see the number of calls in queue, wait time and other call details at a glance.
Customizable Agent Activity Codes
Supervisors can manage and report on activities when agents are not logged into a queue and taking calls.
Supervisors can see the number of calls in queue, agent activity as well as view and download statistics.
Agents can see the status of other agents.
Agents Logged into Multiple Queues
Agents may be logged into multiple queues simultaneously.
After taking a call, agents automatically are placed into a wrap-up status to allow time for any post-call activities prior to receiving a new call.