Secure, Scalable & Customizable Call and Screen Interaction Recording
Discover root causes for your wins and challenges with DVSAnalytics Interaction Recording. Capture voice recordings and screen recordings to identify opportunities for additional training, process improvement, and contact center optimization.
Improve customer service, reduce risk and liability, settle disputes, verify customer orders and gain key insights–all while maintaining compliance. Already have an audio recording solution? Add more value by integrating Desktop Recording.
DVSAnalytics security features allow you to:
Watching how an agent navigates a screen, completes a task, or switches between applications can provide deeper insight than ever before.
Have you ever listened to an interaction recording and something just didn’t seem right, but you can’t put your finger on it? You need to see what’s happening on the desktop to get the complete story. Evaluating recorded interactions becomes much more effective when you not only listen to a conversation, but also simultaneously watch how agents are navigating applications, searching for answers, and entering data.
Add our On-Demand Recording feature to your system to give agents the flexibility to control what and when they record. The easy-to-use app sits on the agents’ desktop, waiting on standby for when they need to put it to work.
Increase efficiency with the data collected from Call Metadata and Desktop Analytics. Leverage the powerful search capabilities to categorize interactions in meaningful ways and easily target recordings that need attention, such as first call resolution, type of sale, excessive hold times, or calls from premium customers. With the friendly user interface, you’ll quickly pinpoint the data you need to drive improvements and celebrate wins.
If you currently use other products to record audio interactions, such as RingCentral Office or Avaya Cloud Office, add DVSAnalytics Desktop Recording to capture the agent’s desktop activity. With this all-encompassing view of the customer interaction, you can measure and improve agent performance, assess the efficiency of contact center applications, and discover new ways to enhance the customer experience.
Captured in 10-minute increments throughout the day, Desktop Recording provides insight into agent activities while assisting customers and during idle times.
DVSAnalytics Live Monitor provides the ability to listen to specific calls that meet certain criteria, such as those that appear exceptionally long, taken by less experienced agents, and take place between certain support teams and customers.
*This feature is currently only available on-premise.
To satisfy PCI-DSS and HIPAA compliance requirements, Encore’s security features allow you to encrypt recordings, or pause recording for specific portions of conversations, based on your predetermined criteria. This provides you with assurance that confidential personal and financial information is protected from unauthorized users.
Manage individual and group privileges via user IDs and strong passwords issued by Microsoft Active Directory.
Secure communications with the servers protect the transmission of the recordings.
Capture all administrative and user activity within the system, including recordings that have been accessed and modified.
256-bit AES encryption is the preferred way to protect sensitive data that needs to remain part of original audio and video recordings. Encore comes standard with full file encryption to help enterprises in all industries meet their compliance requirements.
Permanently remove recorded information from audio and video files using the On-Demand Scrub feature in Encore. Encore’s Web API, eCapture Desktop Analytics application, and Encore Start/Stop client can be used for scrubbing. Plus, you can manually scrub an existing recording.
ePause uses a rules-based engine to pause and then resume the recording based upon full or partial URLs. This simplified approach eliminates custom programming and related investments required to integrate desktop application actions and the recording process.