Quality Management Suite

Continuously monitor and improve your business operations, performance and efficiencies with an integrated quality management and call center optimization suite

Enghouse Interactive Quality Management Suite (formerly CallRex) offers the tools necessary to improve your business. Comprised of call recording, agent evaluation, and desktop recording software and real-time speech analytics, the suite is the ideal tool for emerging contact centers or business who wish to improve performance.


Affordable Call Recording

Enghouse Interactive Call Recording is an affordable, feature-rich call recording solution that is utilized by businesses of all sizes across the world for compliance, security or improving service levels. And it is a preferred call recording product for many of our resellers because it is so easy to sell, install and support


Real-Time Speech Analytics

Imagine a virtual coach that helps your agents say exactly the right things, in the right way, on every call, and respond correctly to your customers in any given situation. Imagine how this would help you increase customer satisfaction, maximize business opportunities, boost your employee’s motivation, and strengthen your relationship with your customers. With Enghouse Interactive’s Real-Time Speech Analytics solution, you have a tool that does just that.


Agent Evaluation

Equip your employees to deliver better customer experiences through quality monitoring and agent coaching with agent evaluation software. Employees will benefit from feedback and training utilizing live customer calls and objective feedback mechanisms. Deliver objective employee evaluations, coach employees for improved success, and track performance improvements over time, consistent customer experiences and ensure high customer satisfaction.


Workforce Optimisation

It’s a balancing act – Staffing can be one of the biggest challenges when managing a contact center. Too many advisors can result in higher operating costs whereas too few can lead to unhappy customers. Workforce management software allows you to accurately forecast call volumes, leverage flexible scheduling processes, provide real-time adherence data, and produce reports that measure performance – ensuring the right balance between resources and costsistent customer experiences and ensure high customer satisfaction.


Survey Evaluation

Measure customer satisfaction and motivate agents to improve performance being received and gain an accurate picture of customer satisfaction. Offer after call surveys to your customers so you receive direct feedback on service and drive results back into your contact center to improve performance.

Unified user interface

  • All QMS modules are available from a single web-based user interface requiring minimal training.

Multiple recording options

  • Administrators can elect to record interactions on-demand, full-time, or using triggers like caller ID information.

Screen recordings

  • Automatically capture a visual record of employees’ desktop computer activity, regardless of telephone usage.

Synchronized voice and video

  • Managers can view the entire customer interaction, synced with the telephone audio, providing insight into the flow of business systems and processes.

Flag interactions

  • Authorized users can mark captured interactions using customizable flags, enabling businesses to easily search and retrieve interactions and capture critical business data.

Live monitoring

  • Contact center managers can view employee desktop activity and listen to calls in real-time.

Multi-site support

  • Live monitor and record from any location with the web-based user interface.

Search and retrieve

  • Integrated search capabilities encompasses multiple media types in a single search interface.

Simple configuration

  • Multiple users can be configured using an intuitive interface allowing recording and monitoring to begin swiftly.

Multi-language support

  • Users can select which language they want to interact with QMS in. (Supported languages include; English, Spanish, French, Canadian French, Italian, German and Portuguese.)

Agent evaluation scoring

  • Multiple scoring modes are available within each scorecard and an unlimited number of call evaluations and scorecards can be created to meet your business’ needs.

Analyze recordings

  • When used alongside Enghouse Interactive’s Real-Time Speech Analytics solution you gain the ability to analyze recordings.

Evaluation reports

  • Agent evaluation reports can be saved, scheduled and included in the QMS dashboard.

API access

  • Administrators can extend the benefits of QMS by using complimentary APIs to leveraging the value of interaction recordings with other existing business systems.

Resiliency Improvements

  • Synchronized recorder operation

Extended Portfolio Integration

  • Wrap-up codes in QMS from Enghouse Interactive Communications Center and Communications Center Enterprise
  • Last score card visibility in Touchpoint along with monthly average score
  • Multi-flag searches
  • Tighter integration with Real-Time Speech Analytics – QMS provides the audio and operates with the Real-Time Analytics client

Agent Evaluation Improvements

  • Instant failure of score cards along with failure reason/codes
  • Export/email score cards

New Licensing Options

  • Concurrent licensing for recording and screen recording
  • New Supervisor license

Environment Enhancements

  • Windows 10 support
  • Cisco Jabber support
  • VDI support for screen recording
  • Achieve regulatory compliance by documenting calls while securing and maintaining records
  • Ensure high quality customer interactions with live monitoring and quality monitoring programs
  • Improve customer experience by sharing recordings and feedback across the organization
  • Secure sensitive customer information by allowing employees to pause recordings
  • Accelerate employee training with ‘real-life’ calls and monitoring
  • Unobtrusively and efficiently monitor and train agents
  • Provide an audit trail for security
  • Enhance workplace productivity by observing business processes, including calling scripts, in action


Case studies

42% of customers base their decision solely on a organization’s reputation, therefore the quality of service is very important.

Microsoft Skype for Business

All packet capture based PBX’s:

  • Cisco SCCP
  • SIP
  • NEC

Cisco Dual Media Streaming

NRG Energy, Inc.

Call Recording Costs Reduced by 60%
NRG Energy, Inc., a wholesale power generation company, needed a call recording system for the Cisco IP telephones its power marketing employees use. The hardware-based system the company initially deployed proved to be expensive and unreliable. Since replacing the system with Enghouse Interactive Call Recording (formerly CallRex), NRG has enjoyed freedom from telephony cards, a lower cost of ownership, ease of installation, and ease of use.

The need for energy is never ending and NRG traders work in shifts 24 hours a day finding the best markets for the company’s electrical power, capacity, and related products. NRG records all trader telephone conversations to help document transactions, and to resolve any questions that could arise during the settlement process. When the company began transitioning to Cisco IP phones, it purchased a call recording solution that required installation of telephony boards which was expensive and, worse, proved to be unreliable.

Enventis Telecom, which supplied NRG with the Cisco system for the power marketing floor, suggested the company try Enghouse Interactive Call Recording (formerly CallRex), the leading IP-based call recording and monitoring application for companies with IP phones. The NRG deployment included:

Quality Management Server on a single Intel-based computer running the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system. CallRex Server utilizes ‘on-the-wire’ packet-sniffing technology to record and monitor calls, and includes server and database software.

Quality Management Client on selected desktop computers. Quality Management Client provides administrators with the capabilities to configure how telephone activity will be recorded. The client can be installed on any computer in the network but is typically installed on the computers of designated administrators and managers.

The company deployed Call Recording to 35 users in its power marketing floor, as well as five users in its offsite disaster recovery center and operations control center in New Roads, LA. Deployment was easy. As a software-based solution, Call Recording doesn’t use proprietary telephony cards which add to the cost of a solution, are complex to install and introduce potential points of failure.

After a bad experience with a recording solution that required telephony cards, NRG welcomed the software-based approach of Call Recording.

“I just love that there is no hardware involved,” says Sally McPhillips, Telecom Manager at NRG. “I immediately was drawn to the fact there would be no hardware dependencies. With our old system we had a two-month period in which we had three different technicians out here trying to get the telephony cards stable. They kept changing things one at a time and the problems continued. The last straw was when they wanted to charge us big time for a new driver to keep the system functional for a planned CallManager upgrade. At that point we began looking for a new solution. [Call Recording] works no matter what version of CallManager you use or are planning to use.”

NRG has enjoyed a lower cost of ownership with Call Recording because of its lower cost per license, and because of the complete flexibility in determining how many phones to record.

“We are paying 60% less on a per-phone basis with [Call Recording],” says McPhillips. “Our previous supplier charged about $1,000 per phone. Because it required expensive telephony cards the cost was determined not by how many phones we were actually using, but by how many phones the hardware would support. In my experience, this meant dealing with sizable increments— going from a 12-port board to a 24-port board and so on. It was a relief to find the flexibility of simply purchasing licenses for the number of phones we needed to record.”

The installation process proved extremely popular with NRG, which had experienced deployment problems with its previous IP recording solution. “When we set up the phones for our disaster recovery site, it was Brian Walsh from Enventis Telecom and myself,” says McPhillips. “I reported back to my boss, that from start-to-finish, it took about one hour to install, configure and start recording. I was floored by how easy it was. With our previous system we had a technician on site for three days trying to get their system up and running. The ability to set up and use the [Call Recording] software within an hour was astonishing. It was a wonderful shock to see how easy it was.”

Call Recording has proven to be easy to use, and rock solid. “Our power marketing employees like [Call Recording] because it is easy to search for phone calls,” McPhillips says. “For example, a trader who wants to review the details of a transaction can search by outbound number, inbound number, or they can search by time of the call, for example, looking at calls they handled between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.”

Because all calls are captured digitally and stored on a hard-drive, instead of on tape, this gives NRG the freedom and flexibility to then back up this data to another storage device. Providing a copy of a call is as simple as sending an email with an attachment. “This is a huge help in the settlement process,” McPhillips says. “We don’t have the need to verify conversations on a daily basis, but when we do, Call Recording comes through beautifully.”

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