Avaya IP Office Call Recording

IP Office recording for Contact Centers

CSI offers a number of options for Avaya IP Office environments

We are pleased to be able to offer an IPOffice integration for the Virtual Observer WFO solution.

Our recording method has been developed with customer value in mind, providing an affordable licensing model and extremely robust WFO feature set which has never previously been available for IP Office customers.

What sets CSI’s IP Office recording apart from other vendors?
VO assembles all legs of recording together to make a uniquely usable event from hello to good bye. No breaks for holds, conferences or transfers. We record from first activity until idle again. This includes all related screen captures.

Virtual Observer comes bundled with unique and differentiating features such as webcam recording, mobile workforce management schedule adjustments, “What’s up with the downtime” timeline, and the VO Live screen and webcam monitoring suite for agent assistance add up to bring unheralded capabilities to your customer’s IP Office implementation.

  • Virtual Observer supports all models of Avaya IPOffice, including Avaya Contact Center Select, IP Office Native, etc.
  • Virtual Observer works with all IP Office models, including Avaya Agent Desktop, Avaya IP Hard Phones, Avaya 500V2 TDM Phones and even Avaya Communicator Soft phones!
  • We capture all forms of available metadata including CDN, Skill, Agent, CallerID, DNIS and any intrinsic attached data.
  • VO records without breaks for holds, conferences or transfers. We record from first activity until idle again. This includes all related screen captures.

What Our Customers Are Saying...

“Virtual Observer was a right-sized solution for us. We use Virtual Observer to prove that we provided (or in some cases did not) the necessary information for the customer to make an informed decision. In addition, we monitor all points of a call from beginning to end, customer service and quality control to make sure the RFT (required follow- throughs) have been completed.”