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CTI integration with case routing

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CTI integration with case routing

An incoming call from a customer contact or a consumer can be routed to an available customer service agent.

Similar to the other communication channels, incoming calls from customer contacts and consumers can be routed to a specific agent by using matching rules. If an agent is not available, the call can be placed in a queue. After the agent is free, the matching call in the queue with the longest wait time is rerouted to the agent.

Case routing is enabled as an activity in a workflow. In the Call Center demo workflow (available with the Customer Service CTI Demo Data plugin), a call is forwarded to an agent after the caller either creates a new case or enters a valid number for an existing case.

If no agents are available, the call goes into a queue and remains there until an agent becomes available. If a call is in the queue for longer than 10 minutes, it is forwarded to voice mail and the caller is asked to leave a message.

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