Tag Archives: Service Cloud Voice

Handle incoming Voicemail messages from within Salesforce

Amazon Connect Voicemail

Some may say that Voicemail is a legacy solution, which is not to be used anymore in times of social media.  However, there are still use cases where Voicemail is a viable channel in your support strategy. Voicemail for Amazon Connect (BYOT) Although Amazon Connect has no Voicemail functionalities available out-of-the-box, we created a standard […]

WebRTC with Amazon Connect (and Salesforce SCV)

Amazon Connect and Service Cloud Voice use WebRTC for handling calls

When companies look for a Computer Telephony Integration with Salesforce, one of the first questions is that it must be possible to handle calls via the computer. From a technical point-of-view, this is possible already for a long time.  However, different technologies are used to make this happen.  Where classic Unified Communication Platforms communicate via […]

Where to start with Salesforce CTI implementations?

Amazon Connect uitbreiding op Salesforce

Companies regularly ask how they may integrate incoming calls with Salesforce.  The don’t always look for a complete omnichannel approach yet. But they search for a solution to get customers connected with the right agent and ensuring that the agent has the correct information displayed. So these are talks about how starting off with such […]

Service Cloud Voice & non-voice channels in Salesforce

Service Cloud Voice support agent

With the launch of Service Cloud Voice, Salesforce streamlines the user experience when providing support via multiple channels. Service Cloud Voice benefits Answer calls via the Omnichannel widget I believe that being able to answer all channels via one and the same widget is a big advantage. With AppExchange solutions, Phone interactions were handle via […]

Skills-based routing in Salesforce

Routing work items according to agent skills

Before the introduction of Skills-based routing, it was only possible to distribute work via Queues in Salesforce Service Cloud. Using Queues, it was – and still is of course – possible to put similar work in the same ‘bucket’.  Support agents have access to Queues based on a specific skill.  With Skills-based routing, you get […]

Why Skills-based routing

Optimize processes with skills-based routing

Skills-based routing is available now for some time in Salesforce.  But, why would you want to make use of it? As a starter, the Salesforce Skills-based routing rules may get used for non-voice channels.  Next to Custom Objects, the following out-of-the-box objects may get used: Cases Leads Orders Messages Chats Incoming or outgoing telephone calls […]