The Ring.io Live monitors allow for administrators to keep track of metrics and call quality throughout the day. Here is more information on the Ring.io Live Monitor.
The following are the metrics that can be tracked in the live monitor:
Users Checked In
Leaderboard for Inbound and Outbound Calls
Want everyone on the same page about what's happening with your team's calls? Would you like to improve the team's performance or quickly identify problem spots? Need a tool to coach your reps to manage better outcomes over the phone?
If so, Live Monitor is for you.
With Live Monitor you can:
Get Stats for Everyone and for each of your Departments
See the status of all your users, or only certain users.
Get a Leaderboard that ranks your users by number of calls, or by number of Goals
See which callers are waiting in your inbound queue
Stats for Outbound View
If your team is primarily a Sales team with outbound prospecting work, select Outbound View
This allows you to see:
Outbound call progress - how many calls to go before the team hits is quota. Click on the cogwheel icon to set each rep's goal:
The system will show you whether the team is on track, behind goal, or has accomplished the goal. Ring.io uses an adaptive algorithm that helps you see whether the current pace is adequate or things need to be sped up.
The percentage of calls that lead to a conversation with someone vs all the outbound calls made. A call is considered connected if the duration is longer than 1 minute.
Tracks a breakdown of calls by how your reps classified the call. To learn more about see Dispositions.
Users Checked In
Shows you how many users are currently available to make and receive phone calls.
Helps you track if the team is making its goals, whether they be appointment setting, making a sale, booking a demo, or other important outcomes.
Click on the cogwheel icon to configure which Dispositions are considered a goal accomplished and to set a per-team range to accomplish for the day.
Give your goal a descriptive name that means something for your team.
Tell us what is the number you want the team to hit.
Move the sliders in grey to define the acceptable range.
For example, if you set the goal to 50 and you set the sliders to 60 and 80%, then the team will be in the red until they make 30 appointments and in the yellow until they make 40, and in the green once they make 50 or more.
Finally, select which Dispositions are considered to accomplish the goal.
Stats for Inbound View
If you have a team that deal primarily with inbound phone calls for customer service or sales, and want to track the quality of the answering that they are providing, select Inbound View.
Inbound describes the number of calls that either Everyone or the specific Department you've selected has received where the system selected that particular Department.
Max Hold describes the maximum hold time of the caller who is waiting the longest in the queue, right now.
Avg Hold shows you today's average hold time. Hold time is time waiting in queue to talk to someone.
In Queue shows you how many people are on hold right now, waiting to talk to somone
Calls Abandoned counts how many people hung up while waiting but before talking to any rep.
Users Checked In counts how many reps are available to take calls or are in live calls.
SLA shows you the Service Level Agreement metric.
SLA is defined as the percentage of all calls processed that were answered within the target answering time.
Select the cogwheel icon to configure your SLA.
Tell us what your target answer time is in seconds. This timer counts the number of seconds from entering the queue until one of your reps answers the call.
Tell us what your acceptable range for answering calls is by moving the grey sliders. In the screenshot, if the SLA drops below 60% then the Department will be in the red. If the SLA is between 60 and 80% then the team will be in the yellow range, and if the SLA is within 80% of the target or higher, then the team will be in the green.
TBA expresses the Average Time Before Abandonment for the day in minutes & seconds. It shows you how much time on average your callers are willing to wait before they give up on talking to one of your reps.