New to Genesys Cloud... an Early Review
Updated May 03, 2021

New to Genesys Cloud... an Early Review

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Genesys Cloud (formerly PureCloud)

Genesys Cloud is used across our organization and with several of our affiliates as well. Genesys Cloud offers us a single platform to handle inbound and outbound calls, workforce management, call quality and many other features we didn't have with our old platform.
  • Provides a single solution for our telephony needs.
  • While we are able to customize the data shown on the various screens, we are not able to sort the data by anything other than name or time.
  • There isn't a simple way to export users data to validate license usage, etc. You have to use API's and merge data from several backend tables.
  • We are still in the process of calculating that.
All the companies we reviewed were similar. We felt Genesys had the best model to get us where we wanted to go.

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Genesys offers a wide variety of telephony solutions like inbound and outbound calling, outbound dialer, call quality, workforce management, just to name a few. The system however seems to be in its early stages and is missing some basic functionality.

Genesys Cloud CX (formerly Genesys Cloud) Feature Ratings

Agent dashboard
Validate callers
Outbound response
Call forwarding
Click-to-call (CTC)
Not Rated
Warm transfer
Predictive dialing
Interactive voice response
Call scripts
Not Rated
Call tracking
Multichannel integration
CRM software integration
Inbound call routing
Omnichannel inbound routing
Quality management
Call analytics
Historical reporting
Live reporting
Customer surveys
Customer interaction analytics
Not Rated

Using Genesys Cloud (formerly PureCloud)

2500 - Agents, business users, supervisors, and admin
5 - We have a developer that builds our flows and any new functionality, and 4 other people that function as administrators and quality control.
  • Scalability
  • Ease of use
  • Multi-channel communications
  • We are still in the beginning stages and haven't really found any innovative process yet.
  • We are hoping to roll-out the outbound dialer and post interaction surveys
For the most part the Genesys platform meets our needs. There are some areas where the system falls short of our needs/desires, but Genesys has been receptive to requests and began development on some items to help meet our needs.

Evaluating Genesys Cloud and Competitors

Yes - Genesys replaced our Avaya phone system, our Verint WFM solution and our Cacti call recording solution. We went with the Genesys solution as it provided us with a single solution for those systems plus more functionality that we didn't have at the time
  • Price
  • Product Features
  • Product Usability
Genesys offered a single solution to replace multiple pieces of software (and hardware for that matter).
If we could do it again, knowing what we know now, I think we would just have been much more specific in our needs. For the most part, Genesys did meet our documented requirements, but I don't feel like the requirements were specific enough to ensure we didn't lose functionality, or have to wait for it to be developed.

Genesys Cloud Implementation

Just like any other implementation...plan, plan and plan some more.
Yes - We rolled out the phone system by department. Departments that did similar functions or were closely related we tried to move a the same time or as close as possible. We rolled out just the core phone capabilities to start with. We are now following a similar process for the additional features but now based more on needs and desires. So one area wanted the workforce piece and another wanted call quality. We will extend each of those (and other features) to other areas as needed.
Change management was a big part of the implementation and was well-handled - Sometimes it is better to do a full lift and shift for some functionality.
  • People knowing where to transfer people to as some users were on the new system and some where on the old.
  • People not being receptive to change.

Genesys Cloud Support

In my experience, support is support. Sometimes it is great, sometimes it is not so great. It's in those not so great moments that you find out what kind of support a company offers. We have had situations where support has sworn that it wasn't an issue, basically forcing us to prove that it was an error on their side. We have also had instances where the support as outstanding. For the most part the good has outweighed the bad.
Quick Resolution
Knowledgeable team
Problems get solved
Kept well informed
Immediate help available
Quick Initial Response
Escalation required
We did because it is a new system to use and we wanted the peace of mind
Yes - We have reported multiple bugs. Most have been resolved timely and to our satisfaction.
We had an issue with some of our phones not provisioning and the tech worked with me and when he couldn't figure it out, he worked with the phone manufacturer to identify the issue and called me back after hours to ensure we would get the issue resolved prior to the next business day.

Using Genesys Cloud

Being a web based tool they system is pretty user friendly. The biggest complaint I have about the usability is that you can not filter and sort by the various columns of data on the different views.
Like to use
Relatively simple
Easy to use
Technical support not required
Well integrated
Quick to learn
Feel confident using
  • I feel the whole system is laid out in a way that is user friendly
  • The lack of ability to filter and sort that different views in Genesys makes the system cumbersome.
  • There isn't an easy way to get a list of users and their licenses from the system. You have to use API's on the backend.