I have only recently started working on Lync client development, and managed to created basic solutions like pushing data into SharePoint, creating Pop-ups etc.
Now I have been asked to create a "call center" sort of solution and don't know where to start. (we are a non for profit organization so we can't afford buying a third party solution)
This solution is divided in two main parts:
call center like experience for the person calling - be prompt to hit a key to be directed to the right place, put a call on a queue until the call is taken by a team member, listen to some information before the call is taken etc.
There other bit would be the managing all the information that a call generate, in other words, the stats. Who called, what for, was the issue resolved or not etc..
The second part even though I haven't done it, I'm not to worry about, given that I have already integrated Lync with SharePoint, so I could potentially use SP to store and mange the information and stats. However the call center "behavior" is something I have no idea how to do and I (and my organization!) would greatly appreciate if you could point me in the right direction so I can get started ASAP.
- Edited by pilsen86 Thursday, January 17, 2013 1:11 AM