Desktop Process Analytics (DPA) analyzes how long an agent uses each of their application resources during a call, such as their dialer application, CRM, email, internet browser activity, databases, and so on.
While some agents may feel DPA is intrusive or gives them the sense that their boss is watching their every keystroke, DPA isn’t meant to be used for that kind of HR-style monitoring. Again, DPA is meant to provide valuable insight into whether or not agents are using their application resources properly. In addition, Triggers can be set up in DPA to initiate recording of agents’ screens, calls, or both. For example: for compliance reasons, a company may require all calls from customers in certain states to be recorded. In these cases, a DPA Trigger can be set up to start recording when a customer from one of those states calls in. These Triggers can also be set up to record back office screen activity such as bookkeeping and payroll when those applications are opened, if oversight is desired.
You should think of DPA as an effective, efficient way to streamline your Contact Center’s tools and processes, which will allow your agents and customers to have an all-round better experience. So, if you’re serious about growing and scaling your operations, you need to provide an impressive Customer Experience every time. DPA can undoubtedly help with that.
Do you know if your agents are effectively using their resources? Would automation of compliance requirements help your operation run more smoothly? Do you have a need to monitor back office activities? CLICK HERE to schedule a short call with us to discuss how we can help bring Desktop Process Analytics into your contact center.