Use this guide as a starting point document when implementing a Cisco Unified IP IVR (Unified IP IVR) system before you install or configure your system. The purpose of this guide is to tell you what you need to know before you implement a Unified IP IVR system.
Cisco Unified Contact Center Express (Unified CCX): Premium, Enhanced, and Standard is described in the Getting Started with the Cisco Unified Contact Center Express guide.
Describes what you get with the Unified IP IVR.
Explains why you would use one product rather than the other.
Shows the available system architectural models for each product.
Describes the call or contact flow in the product deployments and describes how key system configuration parameters interact and depend on one another.
Lists the key Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified CM) configuration values on which Unified IP IVR depends.
Lists the key Unified IP IVR configuration values on which Cisco Unified ICME depends for your Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise (Unified CCE) system to work properly.
Lists the software you must install and configure and in what order these tasks must be done for Unified IP IVR to work.
Lists the Unified IP IVR configuration tasks.
References the documentation where you can find the procedures for installing and configuring the required software.
About managing prompts, grammars, documents, and Unified CCX datastores.
This section lists
The main index pages listing Cisco Customer Contact documentation available on the web.
Other related web documentation and resources.
The following web addresses can give you additional information to that provided in this guide on Unified IP IVR.
The web addresses referenced in this guide were accurate at the time this guide was written but may change. If an address does not work, visit Cisco.com and search for the related document at the Search prompt.
Table 1 Main index pages listing customer contact documentation available on the web
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