Benefit 4 of this week’s Best Practices series, “5 Benefits of Workforce Management (WFM) for the Contact Center”, explores reporting, below. In our last series, we talked about Benefit #3: looking at Real Time Analysis.
4. Provides Reporting for Operations Management
- WFM provides clear actionable reporting to assist operations when making decisions on running the business.
- Call metrics (volume, average handle time (AHT), service level (SVL)), adherence, dispositions and exceptions provide visibility to productivity.
Workforce Management is essentially a management tool for the contact center, assessing data, analyzing it, providing guidance into it; and, based on that information, telling it how to operate and at what strength.
Yet despite the importance of WMF, only 51 percent of contact centers report having a manager or team to oversee this function, according to ICMI.
These 5 Benefits of Workforce Management can give you an idea of how this practice will benefit the contact center.
See Benefit 5 in our next blog.