Cisco Unified Contact Center

Cisco Unified Contact Center

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Cisco Unified Contact Center

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Best customer experience

10 out of 10
November 30, 2021
I am using Cisco Unified Intelligent Center, call manager and ccmp, jabber, IP phones, etc. Basically, everything comes as a package to …
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Good enough

5 out of 10
July 21, 2021
Cisco Unified Contact Center is being used by our support contact centers. This tool allows us to call each other internally, make …
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Popular Features

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  • Call forwarding (33)
    8.6
    86%
  • Agent dashboard (35)
    8.5
    85%
  • Live reporting (34)
    8.3
    83%
  • Historical reporting (34)
    8.2
    82%

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What is Cisco Unified Contact Center?

Cisco Unified Contact Center is a contact center platform that can support up to 24,000 agents. It supports call routing, omnichannel integrations, and a management portal for creating customer profiles, segmentation, and resource monitoring.

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What is Avaya OneCloud CCaaS?

Avaya OneCloud CCaaS is a comprehensive, cloud-based contact center solution that delivers experiences for customers and employees. Users can connect everything—voice, chat, messaging, social, and screen—while bringing together resources, insights, and knowledge across the entire organization to…

What is Genesys Cloud CX?

Genesys Cloud CX (formerly PureCloud, Genesys Cloud) is a contact center application optimized for automatic call distribution, interactive voice response, email, social media, chat, and text/SMS. It is also a VoIP interconnect service provider.

Features Scorecard

Contact Center Software

8.4
84%

Workforce Optimization (WFO)

8.5
85%

Product Details

What is Cisco Unified Contact Center?

Cisco Unified Contact Center is a contact center platform that can support up to 24,000 agents. It supports call routing, omnichannel integrations, and a management portal for creating customer profiles, segmentation, and resource monitoring.

Cisco Unified Contact Center Technical Details

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cisco Unified Contact Center is a contact center platform that can support up to 24,000 agents. It supports call routing, omnichannel integrations, and a management portal for creating customer profiles, segmentation, and resource monitoring.

Reviewers rate Inbound call routing highest, with a score of 8.9.

The most common users of Cisco Unified Contact Center are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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Reviews

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November 30, 2021

Best customer experience

Score 10 out of 10
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A cloud-based contact centre requires more technical support as the system is still under development. Technical complex factors are more, the things don't come as a package like the Cisco Unified Contact Center does.
Score 9 out of 10
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For customers that don't prefer the cloud solutions because they're afraid of data leak and instead prefer the on-premise solution to maintain their customers' sensitive data on their contact centers, i.e. banking sector, UCCE would win. This doesn't mean the cloud CCaaS won't maintain or secure the data, sometimes it's just a matter of governmental regulations that the organization should follow/comply with. From the business requirements complexity perspective, UCCE would also win because the ecosystem, features, and capabilities within it give you the freedom to build up the contact center within that. However, you will exert extra effort in the implementation phase to fulfill that. Otherwise, you might go for CCaaS if your requirements aren't complex with fewer third-party integrations and if you need to come up with your contact center in a short implementation time.
Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco Unified Contact Center has no comparison with any other software or app out there, For me, it is the most viable option if you want your organization to lead since you literally have everything you need to be able to develop your company and stand out from the others easily.
Score 8 out of 10
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Cisco Unified Contact Center has proven to be very valuable despite its price, it can help in all areas of a company, like all software, it is not perfect, but it has great support, the support agents also give you solutions for certain problems and bugs that you may come across while using it, something that other software lacks.
Score 5 out of 10
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If you want your business to improve and grow, don't hesitate to buy this software, I'm pretty sure it will help your small and medium business to grow and be better, your co-workers and you'll be happy too, It's a beautiful software, not everything is perfect, it has some areas of improvement, but I know and I trust they will get the issues fixed soon enough.
July 21, 2021

Good enough

Score 5 out of 10
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Cisco Integrated Communication Center it's a great match for Microsoft Power BI which provides excellent integration to create high quality and specific reports, a great feature when your organization already has its own way of analyzing performance and areas for improvement. I chose the Cisco Unified Contact Center because it is one of my daily tools.
Vojislav Kosijer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Both with similar purposes and features, but Cisco provides a better measurement for KPI's and target goals which are important to the client, while also helping us keep track of our employee's performance and how is that impacting our customer's satisfaction with the level of service received. Both are very unique and have their own purpose, but Cisco takes the edge.
Score 9 out of 10
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As we are a Cisco partner/reseller, we didn't really look for other vendor solution. But if you look for a robust and reliable solution, Cisco is the vendor to go with.
Score 3 out of 10
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Similar I guess, however, I feel like Avaya was more suited for a contact center and allowed for all information to be in one place. The QA Forms were more flexible and easy to review. Predicative analysis was available to assist with scheduling and staffing. It was easier to manipulate and implement- I didn't need to go through 3 different parties to make a simply modification.
July 08, 2021

Good call routing!

Duncan Hernandez | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Both Avaya and Cisco Unified Contact Center are great solutions in their own right. It is a matter of preference at a certain point. Both interfaces are solid and the agents have good visibility on their call progress. I'd say Avaya's live chat is a little more fleshed out, but I don't have the experience with Cisco Unified Contact Center's texting.
Score 3 out of 10
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  • Genesys Cloud CX (formerly Genesys Cloud)
After our experiences with Cisco Unified Contact Center, we decided that a cloud solution would provide 24/7 uptime--and, it did. We actually picked Genesys Cloud over Cisco Unified Contact Center and have not had any regrets. Not only do we not have to deal with the telephone lines going down, but unlike Cisco, the new Genesys system is much more streamlined and simple for both users and admins.
Score 10 out of 10
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Freshchat is more basic since it only uses stars to be able to rate the attention, instead Cisco Unified Contact Center is more complete and this software was chosen since it gives us a more detailed report and in the areas in which we can improve. And it is much cheaper, which is why the company is fascinated with Cisco Unified Contact Center.
Score 8 out of 10
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I have not used other vendors solution but I am quite familiar with the Webex Contact center cloud offering. I would say they both offer the basics but the Cloud offering is clearly the future. It is still improving and has some hiccups but will be a contender for the long run. The on-prem solution will still appeal to certain organization for a couple years, but at some point, cloud will prevail and hopefully the feature set will move over too.
Bhawnish ㅤkumar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco Contact center has a very good Cisco TAC support which excel in troubleshooting for Cisco products.
It is easy to integrate with Cisco Call Manager which manages the phones and also with other third-party apps which are used for Workflow management and call recording. Licensing the product is also easy and managed through a simple GUI. The GUI interface makes it easy for a novice to configure the agents easily.
Score 6 out of 10
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Since [Cisco Unified Contact Center] UCC has been around forever, there has been little to no effort to enhance UCCE/X as core platforms. Chances are good they will be sunset sooner than later. CVP has potential as an on prem solution. The future is Webex Contact Center as long as it can keep up with platforms in the CCaaS Magic Quadrant
Score 8 out of 10
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The closest comparison would be the Genesys Engage platform in terms of it being a non-SaaS CC environment and aimed at the higher end environment in terms of scale and complexity. Genesys [is] better if you want an all-in-one solution with accountability sitting in one area, but this can be costly. UCCE can deliver almost everything in one platform like Genesys, but is reliant on its partner integrations to give a 'comparative' experience.
Score 6 out of 10
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Cisco is right in line with these solutions from a call agent management solution. While it may require more effort to build reports (or even exporting them to manipulate the data to look the way I need), Cisco offers access to all of the data I need.
Score 8 out of 10
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The Avaya solution was not up to date any longer and we began a search for a one-vendor-solution.
If you compare the features they are quite similar and offer benefits on both sides. We went with Cisco since they are the market-leader.
January 14, 2020

CCX all inclusive

Score 10 out of 10
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The base in the infrastructure for any architecture within the company has been Cisco and with CCX which is one of the most complete for the needs in the market we are covering.
James Riley | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I am typically post RFP and selection process, but clients that have selected UCCE over the competitors are the clients that are not quite ready to embrace cloud or SAAS solutions, or they have selected Cisco due to reputation and long-term stability suitability.

Clients want to know that the vendor they selected will continue to invest heavily in features and functionality improvements as well as maintain a viability in the marketplace.

Score 10 out of 10
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Besides the initial cost and the in house expertise required to manage Cisco Enterprise, the Cisco platform holds up pretty well in my opinion to its competitors. Cisco needs to modernize its product delivery. The costs should be more spread out and there should be built in training included for the Engineers of the company buying the product. Support should be more direct. You pay for Cisco support and then you hire a third party Cisco partner for everything else too, including assistance in managing and licensing. It is like Cisco believes with utmost certainty that it is a privilege to be their customer and customer should put up with any hoops they put forward to the customers.