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> Use call statistics to gain insight into your teams’ usage and experience with Bria Teams
Use call statistics to gain insight into your teams’ usage and experience with Bria Teams
While metrics and analytics may not be exciting to everyone, they can be helpful in troubleshooting user issues – like why do Brenda's* calls keeps dropping – or tracking feature usage to see if video calling is really being used. With the latest update to the Bria Teams Administrator Dashboard, Bria Teams administrators can now download a CSV file of every call made by their team members in the last 30 days. This feature is accessible on the Voice and Video configuration page, on the lower right-hand side.
To generate a Call Statistics file, simply click the “Generate New Call Stats File” button (depending on call volume this may take a minute). Once generated, the file can be downloaded and opened with any program or app capable of viewing a CSV.
Data from the Call Statistics file includes:
# digits dialed
Max conference participants
Audio in codec
Audio out codec
Video out device
Video out codec
Video out portrait
Video out height
Video in codec
Video in portrait
Video in width
Video in height
One way audio
Poor network quality
Network IP change
SRTP media encryption
So now that you have all this data, what do you do with it? Excel wizards are welcome to sort, compile and graph things to their heart’s content, but we have found that visualization dashboards, like Microsoft PowerBI and Tableau, can help novice users gain perspective on their team’s usage even faster. We even created a few sample reports to help get you started:
PowerBI and Tableau can not only provide insights to the call statistics, but link it to other data you may have on your team. For example, if you have sales data of your team members, you can link the call data to sales data via the user and determine if call volume is having an impact on your revenue. If you have network traffic logs, this could be linked with call quality metrics to see if there are correlations between traffic spikes and dropped calls (okay Brenda, maybe dropping calls isn’t your fault :-).
We hope the new Call Statistics feature provides insight to your team’s usage of Bria Teams in ways that improve productivity and add value! Want to know about other exciting features of Bria Teams?
* names have been changed to protect Brenda’s identity