Visualise your data
With Syntelate XA, you can easily display whatever information you wish on a dashboard or wallboard to make it easy to monitor the performance of your contact center.
You can also display charts on an agent desktop to show agents, say, how many sales they have made this month or how customers have been rating their service in Voice of the Customer feedback surveys. To encourage healthy competition in your contact center, you can even display the agent’s personal data alongside the average for their team.
No matter where you wish to display the data, if you wish to show it in graphical form then you’ll need to use our Charting Editor. Our Charting Editor is really flexible and offers you lots of options. In this blog post, I’ll go over a couple of nice features that you may not have tried and explain how each of these works by showing some example charts.
You can let the user dynamically filter the data shown in a chart by adding a dropdown. Try selecting each agent in the dropdown below and see how the chart updates.
Show data only for agent:
Where you need to aggregate data that is to be displayed in a chart, we support various different aggregation types. To demonstrate how these work, we’ll use the following very simple data set as an example.
Each of the aggregation types would create a different chart with this same data.
To find out more, select an aggregation type:
An Average aggregation type returns the average of the values. For example, in the chart below, the Monday column shows 135 ((186 + 84) / 2)).
A Sum aggregation type returns the sum of the values. For example, in the chart below, the Monday column shows 270 (186 + 84).
A Count aggregation type returns the number of records. For example, in the chart below, there were 2 calls on each day.
A Min returns the minimum value. For example, in the chart below, the Monday column shows 84 (84 < 186).
A Max returns the maximum value. For example, in the chart below, the Monday column shows 186 (186 > 84).
A Running total returns the number of records and then adds this to the total of all previous columns. For example, in the chart below, the Tuesday column shows 4 (2 + 2) and the Wednesday column shows 6 (2 + 2 + 2).
That’s it from me for now. I’ll be back next month!
Technical Author, Inisoft
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