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UCCXD-DCUCCEv40 UCCXD - Deploying Cisco Unified Contact Center Express v4.0

Network Training Course Description:
In this course, you'll gain an understanding of Cisco's Unified ContactCenter Express (CCX) product and all of its associated client applications andscripting tools. You will learn about all of the CCX components, servers,deployment options, and clients, and you will learn how to perform capacityplanning, choose the correct product features, and install the product.
Network Training Course Duration:
5 DAYS
Network Training Course Target Audience:
Systems Integrators who deploy Cisco Unified Contact Center Express,System engineers, architects, and support staff
Network Training Course Prerequisite:
Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computernetworking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing,Basic knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager,Basic knowledge of contact center operations,Familiarity with Microsoft desktop applications and SQL databaseoperations
Course Content:

  • 1. Cisco Unified Contact Center Express Overview

    • Relationship between the CRS platform and the three products it supports
    • Three Cisco products supported by the CRS engine platform
    • CRS hardware and software components to include all server types, standbydeployments, and scalability
    • New and improved functions of the three CRS products to include UnifiedCCX 8.0

  • 2. Designing and Ordering

    • Properly size the CRS products by using calculators provided by CiscoSystems
    • Properly order CRS products using the CRS Configuration and Ordering Tool
    • Network considerations surrounding a CRS deployment
    • Use the Cisco Unified CCX Solutions Reference Network Design and otherdocuments to support a CRS design and deployment

  • 3. Installation and Configuration

    • Install Unified CCX software on all servers in a cluster
    • Activate and configure all components in a CRS cluster
    • Configure and test a simple CRS Script Application
    • Troubleshoot installations using log files

  • 4. CCX Editor

    • Navigate the CRS Editor functionality
    • Create, delete, and edit variables
    • Save and upload valid scripts to the repository
    • Perform the debug process to test a script
    • Troubleshoot an application and script using trace files

  • 5. Basic Script Editor Steps

    • Create a simple script workflow to answer a call
    • Add comments to identify and explain the script and subsequent groups ofsteps
    • Play voice prompts to share information or instructions with callers
    • Terminate and end a call
    • Validate, save as, upload, refresh, and debug a script

  • 6. Caller and System Inputs

    • Collect information from a caller by presenting a list of choices usingthe Menu step
    • Collect digits from a caller by using the Get Digits step
    • Get information from the system to alter the logic of the call flow
    • Validate, save as, upload, refresh, and debug the script

  • 7. Database Access

    • Connect to a database
    • Read and get information from the database by creating a SQL query withina script step
    • Reference database locations
    • Write information to a SQL database
    • Close the database connection and terminate database resources

  • 8. Logical Operations

    • Apply Boolean logic in scripts
    • Create and modify counters
    • Create and manage timing loops
    • Redirect script logic based on the evaluation of "If"statements
    • Use call subflows as reusable scripts
    • Create specialized prompts

  • 9. Caller Transfers

    • Create day of week (e.g., weekend) and time of day (e.g., out of hours)ranges for different handling
    • Transfer calls to various extensions as a function of day and time
    • Get information associated with a call
    • Designate calls as completed for reporting
    • Determine if the caller has hung up
    • Determine if today is a holiday

  • 10. Configuring Unified CCX

    • Cisco Unified CCX product, features, and capabilities
    • Configure Unified CCX v8 on the Unified Communications Manager and CCXServer

  • 11. Desktop Product Suite

    • Install Unified CCX plug-ins to include Cisco Agent Desktop (CAD) andCisco Supervisor Desktop (CSD)
    • Test the CAD and CSD configurations
    • Configure the IP Phone Agent

  • 12. Unified CCX Script Techniques

    • CCX Editor Unified CCX steps
    • Test a sample application using the Unified CCX steps in the CCX Editor

  • 13. Desktop Administrator

    • Configure the Unified CCX Enterprise data using the Desktop Administrator
    • Configure work flows, personnel, and teams (in CRS Administration)
    • Build macro-activated tasks for the Agent Desktop
    • Create screen pops and macros
    • Launch third-party applications
    • Create Wrap-up codes

  • 14. Remote Monitoring

    • Features and functions of CRS Remote Monitoring
    • Configure a CRS Remote Monitoring application
    • Test a CRS Remote Monitoring application

  • 15. Outbound Preview Dialer

    • Configure Outbound Preview Dialer
    • Enable agents for Outbound Preview Dialer
    • Create outbound campaigns

  • 16. Session Management

    • Use session management to retrieve information from a previous call

  • 17. MRCP Speech Technologies

    • Install and configure Nuance or ScanSoft ASR and TTS servers
    • Provision and configure CRS ASR and TTS subsystems to interact with ASRand TTS servers
    • Manage grammars on the CRS systems
    • Design and create CRS scripts to use ASR and TTS dialogs using ASR andTTS CRS Editor steps

  • 18. Reporting

    • Access and analyze real-time reports
    • Install the Historical Reporting Client on a supervisor's PC
    • Access and analyze historical reports

  • 19. Servicing and Troubleshooting

    Lab 22: Exclusive - Text-to-Speech