Government Agency Improves VoIP Call Quality and Experience

Corvil simplified problem isolation and with new insights into actual voice quality experienced by call center agents.


Voice Teams Unable to Assure Call Center Outcomes

  • Poor voice quality impacted the performance of individual agents and the entire call center
  • Call queue delay times and call abandonment rates increased
  • First call closure rates fell as call drops and one-way audio loss interrupted constituent interactions being interrupted before completion


More Effective Control Over Voice Experience Powered by Improved Insight

  • Voice teams gained new insights into all call center activities, actual voice quality experienced by agents, and end-to-end operations in real-time and retrospectively
  • The ability to analyze call activity and voice quality by agent, number called, time of day and other call record details improved the teams’ responsiveness to customer-reported problems
  • Voice teams simplified problem isolation and reduced incident response times with automatically populated ladder diagrams that visualized the full lifecycle and failure points for any call
  • Automated detection and analysis of signaling errors, incorrectly tagged media flows, and obscure congestion points across multi-vendor infrastructure enabled the teams to proactively address burgeoning problems


Call Center Performance Improves as Voice Teams Become More Efficient

Agent Time Lost Due to Technology Issues
Operational Risk Due To Service Outages
Call Queue Delay Time
Call Abandonment Rates
First Call Closure Rates
Business Responsiveness
Mean Time To Repair
Staff Productivity
Cost Effectiveness

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About the Customer

Large Government Agency

Contact center for answering questions about benefits and entitlements.

Approximately 20 million constituents served

360,000+ calls on a typical day


Greenwich Associates Research

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