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Old 06-10-2014, 10:12 AM
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Default Customer Defined field in IPO CC and Search/Reply Contact Recorder

Need help with the question below - based on the search fields in Contact Recorder I don't think this is possible. Help!!

From a BP:

I need to be able to search call recordings that are linked to a customer defined field in IPO CC. Are the call recordings in the reporting module of IPO CC? It appears they are in a separate database called contact recorder.

The customer has a field that they input a number while on the call (can’t remember what IPO CC calls it but it is a function of IPO CC.) They then must access the call recordings based on that number the agent input.

In order for them to purchase IPO CC this must be a capability or we will need to look at a different solution.


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