Keep your call center on track with the right data.
Your call center operates in a stressful environment where you need to manage thousands of calls each hour while maintaining a high standard of customer services. To do this effectively, you need to be dialled into the latest metrics and KPIs such as current service level, call volume and call resolution rates. Use these call center KPIs and metrics to track your performance through the busiest and most hectic days.
Best call center metrics to monitor
Many industry leading companies track these on TV data walls:
- Call completion rate
- Agent utilization
- Answer seizure ratio (ASR)
- First call resolution rate
- Speed of answer (SA)
- Call handling time
- Call drop rate (CDR)
- First contact resolution rate
- Sales per agent
- Lead conversion rate
Measure your ability to deliver on commitments made in your service level agreements (SLAs).
Agent Schedule Adherence
Measure how effectively call centers agents are using their scheduled time.
Active and Waiting Calls
Measures current volume compared to the number of callers waiting to be patched through to an agent.
Peak Hour Traffic (PHT)
Monitor the time of day during which your company is receiving the most calls.
Measure the number of callers that leave a message giving information to call back.
Forecasted Contact Load to Actual Contact Load
Measure the actual amount of contacts versus the expected number of contacts.
Time Lost Due to Technology Issues
Measure the length of time that was lost due to technology failure.
Interactions Routed Properly
Measure the number of calls that are forwarded onto the right channel and agent.
Measure the share of calls that were not serviced due to lack of agents or network failure.
Cost per Call
Measure the amount it costs to handle a single call.
Monitor the average amount of time an agent spends on a call with a customer.
Measure the total number of calls that were handled within a given time period.
Measure the average amount of time callers spend on hold.
Longest Delay in Queue
Measure the longest time a caller was held in the queue before being connected to a call agent.
Longest Call Hold
Monitor the longest amount of time a caller was on hold for.
Dial per Hour
Measure the average number of outgoing calls every hour.
Measure the percentage of calls that addressed the same issue or subject.
Call Arrival Rate
Measure the rate at which calls are coming in and being handled.
Longest Call Length
Monitor the duration of the longest call that has been handled.
Call Setup Success Rate (CSSR)
Measure the total number of calls that make it successfully through to the dialed number.
Block Error Rate
Measure the number of unintentional blocks on a digital circuit.
Telecom Subscriber Acquisition Cost
Measure the average cost of acquiring a new subscriber.
Data Network Availability
Measure the amount of time your data network is available for access.
After Call Work Time
Measure the total amount of time it takes to complete post-call work.
Average Sales per Agent
Measure the average amount of sales your call agents make.
Sales per Agent
Measure the total number of sales that come from individual call agents.
Call Completion Rate
Measure the total number of calls that are successfully connected.
Measure the total amount of time that call agents are working on calls.
Customer Calls Answered in the First Minute
Measure the rate at which calls are being answering within the first minute of being placed.
Revenue per Successful Call
Measures the total amount of revenue gained with each successful call that is completed.
Measure the outcome of each call handled by your agents.
Call Center Status Metrics
Provide insight into the performance of your call center by monitoring multiple key metrics.
Measure how many callers hang up or disconnect before they can be connected to one of your agents.
Average Handle Time
Measures the average amount of time spent on each call and includes related administrative duties such as submitting call reports.
Provides an assessment of your call center's performance from your customer's perspective.
Cost per Contact
Measures how much each contact costs your call center and is a key part of any cost-benefit analyses you may run.