Agent Desktop displays are generally small in size so that an agent can work efficiently within their screen, yet still obtain the statistics that show how well they are performing. A supervisor desktop display (shown below) is usually larger as it can provide more detailed data for the entire team, individual agents, and the entire Call Center.
Metrics that are important for a Supervisor to monitor include the status of each of the agents within their respective team. This allows the Supervisor to know which agents are available, which are at lunch, or on a break, and when they are expected to return.
Having this information is valuable for a supervisor in managing their workforce. Popular metrics for monitoring their team include the following:
- Agent name or ID
- The Agents Extension
- Current State that agent is in
- Amount of time they have been in that state
- What Queue they are working in
- How many calls they have answered
To determine what to display on a supervisor’s desktop it is best to understand what is important for the performance of the Team.
With a single supervisor screen, information can be viewed that summarizes the current queue count, calls that have been handled as a running count, Agent status, and Summary information for individual queues. By consolidating this information into a single easy to read screen, a supervisor can "at a glance" detect any major concerns, or confirm that the center is on track.
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