Automated Call Distribution (ACD)

Automated Call Distribution (ACD)Automated Call Distribution (ACD)

Automated Call Distribution (ACD) is a system that can recognize, answer and distribute incoming calls.

Automated Call Distribution (ACD)


When the ACD system receives an incoming call it will look for specific instructions as to how the call is to be handled. The ACD can route the call to an agent or operator, a recorded message (or Interactive Voice Response – IVR – system), or place it on hold until a live person can answer it. ACD can be set up to route calls based on many factors, including  recognizing the number dialed, agent availability and expertise and time of day, just to name a few possibilities. The ACD system that UNL has deployed is highly customizable and able to fit nicely in virtually any situation small or large.

Call Prioritization
Detailed Call Reports
Call Recording
Music on Hold
Allows Agent to answer Multiple Lines
Off Site Capabilities
Call Monitoring by Supervisor
Agent to Agent Instant Messaging
Custom Hold Messages
Advanced Call Routing Options
If have questions about ACD or would like to schedule a time to discuss the use of ACD in your department please contact Client Services at (402) 472-3434

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