The Advanced Services’ Cisco IPCC Enterprise PPDIOO Workshop 1.0 is a five-day course for systems engineers, consultants, and partners who deploy Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) solutions. The course is designed to emulate IPCC deployments in a classroom environment. Students will use a customer business case and, as part of a workgroup, develop and document an IPCC solution to meet the needs of that business case.
Students will develop a solution based on the Cisco Systems PPDIOO project methodology: prepare, plan, design, implement, operate, and optimize (PPDIOO). The course provides students with hands-on experience and knowledge of those tasks typically performed during an IPCC deployment. This includes customer needs analysis, deployment planning, configuration and staging, scripting, customer acceptance, and troubleshooting.
The course provides extensive guidance in the use of the Cisco Steps to Success Website to introduce the PPDIOO process, search for user documentation, and utilize online tools to facilitate best practices system deployments.
After completing this course the student should be able to:
- Convert business requirements into call flow design and scripts that provide routing information to routing clients, meet reporting needs, and provide call data to agent desktops
- Develop IPCC scripts and produce standard reports
- Properly document configuration and scripting implementations
- Undertake fundamental debugging/fault finding of the IPCC solution
- Deploy solution and test for acceptance
- IPCC technical review (as required)
- IPCC engagement process and PPDIOO methodology
- Case study
- Prepare and plan: customer requirements (discovery and CRD (Customer Requirement Document)
- Design and implement
- Operate and optimize
- Channel Partner / Reseller
- IPCC/Advanced Technology Provider (ATP) certification (or in process)
- Cisco ICM/IPCC product training: ICMPT (ICM Product training), IPCCF (IPCC Product Training), ICMSA (ICM System Administration)
- Project management experience
- IPCC experience and familiarity with traditional time-division multiplexing (TDM)based automatic call distributor (ACD) solutions