Architecture, Design, Deployment, and Troubleshooting on CCE Finesse
Cisco Finesse helps businesses and organizations deliver a Connected Digital Experience, enabling you to deliver contextual, continuous, and capability-rich journeys for your customers, across time and channels. Cisco Finesse is a next-generation agent and supervisor desktop designed to provide a collaborative experience for the various communities that interact with your customer service organization. It also helps improve the customer experience while offering a user-centric design to enhance customer care representative satisfaction
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Ritesh Desai is a Technical Consulting Engineer with the Contact Center Backbone team in the Asia-Pacific time zone. He has around nine years of Cisco Contact Center experience. He is currently associated with CCE TAC and has previously been a part of the Cisco Partner Implementation Team for CCX and CCE projects. His skills include a vast understanding of Cisco Contact Center solutions from presales to post sales role. He is working closely on Cisco Finesse in regard to the design, integrations, and customizations. He holds a master’s degree in IT Project Management and Telecom Management. He is also a Microsoft Certified Professional and has CCNA Collaboration and CCNP Collaboration certifications.
Sharath Gudemella is a Technical Consulting Engineer with the Contact Center Backbone team in the Asia-Pacific time zone. He has around nine years of Cisco Contact Center experience. He is currently associated with CCE TAC and has previously worked on the implementation of UCCE and UCCX projects. His skills include an expansive understanding of the Cisco Collaboration Suite. He is working closely on Cisco Finesse in regard to the design, integrations, and customizations. He has an extensive knowledge of the Contact Center components and its implementation.
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Hello Cisco Community members...
Good Morning and Good Evening to community members in their respective timezone's.
Pleased to welcome you all in UCCE Finesse Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. It would be great to have interactive sessions and give you the answers in best possible way me and Sharath can...
Lets have a conversation....
Hi @bill.king1 , confused as you referred to "logo". Are you asking logo that is visible post login on top left or background image on finesse agent login page like i have attached in the above response to @Erik Peterson
Having organizations background image has been requested by many organizations for branding, agent and organization experience. This is not defect. This post can be referred in future when you in need of same feature. Have checked on v12.5 & 12.6 finesse versions. Should be also feasible on 12.0 versions.
Agents who are on a break receive "Not Ready-CTI Connection Failure on their Finesse Desktop"
They are able to change the reason to "Not Ready" or "Ready" once they are back.
Because of this, their metrics are affected. Already did checked on Finesse, there is no Failover or any other issues.
Error clearly state, the cti connection failure. You trace the root cause, are agents locking the system while they on break, look into CUCM syslog if any ip phone reporting failure events, agent event table Reason code tagged to agent skilltargetID or agent report state, "system defined errors codes". System defined error codes like 32xxx, 500xx, 65xxx. If yes, then you can refer to URL for understanding of the respective reason codes.
BOSCH failure between agent machines to Finesse server would loose connections and certainly system would report cti failure. BOSCH connection failure can be seen in finesse console logs.
Understanding of BOSCH communication is available at;
Hope I answered your question...
Hello @AnoopKrishnan123 - Adding to the above you can check with not ready reason codes which they are getting moved as well. Either it might be due to connection failure or device timeout. you can get the results by executing the Not ready historical report in CUIC if you know the agent's details. Else you can execute the below query which will get you complete details of the agent's ID.
From Agent_Event_Detail AS AE,Agent As A where A.SkillTargetID = AE.SkillTargetID and AE.ReasonCode IN ( '50002','50003','32767') and AE.DateTime > :Start_Date
Cisco Finesse Architecture, Deployment and Troubleshooting PRESENTATION DECK v1.0 attached covering latest v12.6(1) released.
Attached presentation covers the main focus on websockets communication which is only supported over XMPP going forward... FYI, BOSH is deprecated from 12.6(1).
Key highlights of this presentation and covers below topics,
Mentioned list of new features introduced in Cisco Finesse v12.6(1).
Do leverage the opportunity to discuss about the finesse topic and we would be ready to assist you.
Looking forward on same...
I'd like to build our contact center using current users from that team but I run into the problem of them not being allowed to have multiple lines and be a Contact Center agent. So I'm struggling with how to set it all up before we go live to allow for training unless I just have to re-assign extensions to everyone.
Can you get me a few more details on what problem you are facing for the multi-line? If you have configured the CUCM PG, Share with me the output from the procmon tool for the device_config also share with me the output of select * from [dbo].[t_Peripheral.
Also what is the version of the ucce you are trying to build.