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CCEAA: Cisco Contact Center Enterprise Advanced Administration


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This course is recommended for the following:
AUCCE2: Administering Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP Part 2

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Course Description

This course is intended for those performing advanced administration of the CCE solution, or who may be responsible for Tier 2 support. The overall goal of this course is to learn advanced administration tasks associated with the CCE solution through a deeper exposure of the technical operational requirements and the tools used to configure and ensure CCE solution functionality. CCEF and CCEA or equivalent knowledge are prerequisites for this course.


Section 1 – PCCE Review

  • PCCE Architecture and Components Review
  • PCCE Protocols Review
  • PCCE Call Flow Review
  • PCCE Access Tools Review
  • Discovery 01-1: Review Discovery
  • Discovery 01-2: Navigating CCE Discovery Architecture and Components


Section 2 – Introducing Bulk Import Tools

  • Use the PCCE Bulk Import Tool
  • Use Bulk Import Templates
  • Discovery 02-1: Importing Bulk Data


Section 3 – Configuring Advanced Scripting and CCE Data Exchange 

  • Design for Advanced Scripting
  • CCE Data Exchange
  • Using Call Studio
  • Implement Database Lookup using VXML
  • Collect Response from the Caller
  • Invoking Call Studio Applications with CCE Routing Scripts
  • Discovery 3-01 Creating VXML Application using Call Studio
  • Discovery3-02 Configure Precision Queues
  • Discovery 3-03 Creating CCE Routing Script
  • Discovery 3-04 Customizing Finesse Desktop
  • Discovery 3-05 Testing your Call Flow


Section 4 – CUCM Initiated Call Flows

  • Understand Transfer Types and CVP Call Flow Models
  • Describe Subsequent Transfers
  • Perform UCM Configurations for Transfers
  • Configure CUCM as Routing Client and Agent Transfers
  • Discovery 4-01 Configure CUCM as Routing Client and Agent Transfers


Section 5 – Using Gadgets to Customize the Finesse Desktop

  • Obtain Finesse Custom Gadgets
  • Deploy Finesse Custom Gadgets
  • Discovery 5-01 Deploying Finesse Gadgets


Section 6 – Implementing Mobile Agent

  • Examining Mobile Agent Functionality
  • Identify Mobile Agent Architecture and Components
  • Configuring Mobile Agent
  • Logging in as Mobile Agent
  • Planning Mobile Agent Design and Integration
  • Discovery 6-01 Implementing Mobile Agent


Section 7 – Implementing Post Call Survey

  • Examining Post Call Survey Functionality
  • Configuring Post Call Survey
  • Reporting Considerations for Post Call Survey
  • Discovery 7-01 Implementing Post Call Survey

The knowledge and skills that students are expected to have before attending this course are:

  • Basic knowledge of networking (Windows A/D, SQL) and components (servers, routers, switch) is helpful but not required.
  • Working knowledge of Unified Communications Manager and voice gateways.
  • Basic understanding of Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise architecture and operation.

Here are recommended Cisco learning offerings that may help students meet these prerequisites:

  • Cisco CLFNDU
  • Cisco CLCOR
  • Cisco CCEF
  • Cisco CCEA
What You Will Learn

Upon completing this course, students will be able to meet these objectives:

  • Describe the components, protocols, and call flow of PCCE by referencing the discovery platform to prepare for further scripting and configuration activities.
  • Run the CCE Bulk Import utility using the CCE Web Administration tool to develop a baseline CCE configuration
  • Configure an advanced VXML application implementing DB lookup functionality and digit collection using Call Studio and CCE Scripting tools in order to present call data collected from the caller to the Agent desktop.
  • Provision CCE to support CUCM calls to the Contact Center using UCM and CCE configuration tools. This will enable CCE Route Requests from CUCM to support contacts initiated from a CUCM managed device (Gateways, Phones, Line Side IVR Ports). This may be to enable non-Contact Center calls and calls handled by Agents whether existing or new.
  • Access and deploy custom gadgets to the Finesse desktop using the CCE Web Administration tool to further enhance functionality of the Finesse Agent Desktop.
  • Successfully deploy Mobile Agent in a CCE Environment.
  • Successfully deploy Post Call Survey in a CCE Environment.