Webex Contact Center Enterprise Data Sheet

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Product overview

Webex® Contact Center Enterprise (Webex CCE) provides a comprehensive, customizable, highly secure solution to meet the complex needs of the world’s largest contact centers.

Readily extensible via open APIs and add-on options and backed by the security and support benefits only available from a trusted brand like Cisco, Webex CCE opens a path to the cloud for even the most business-critical contact centers.

Webex CCE is owned, operated, and supported directly by Cisco in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Enterprise scale

With support for up to 24,000 concurrent agents, Webex Contact Center Enterprise has the proven scale, security, and features to meet the needs of today’s largest enterprise contact centers.

Cisco backed

Trust your investment in a solution owned, managed, and operated as part of Cisco’s global data centers and cloud infrastructure, coupled with full adherence to Cisco’s market-leading security and privacy standards for the utmost in reliability, stability, and compliance.


Webex Contact Center Enterprise is built on the Webex Platform for Contact Center - an open, flexible multi-tenant cloud infrastructure that enables feature velocity, agility, innovation, and integration with other cloud applications.

Customizable and extensible

Our open and flexible cloud platform enables you to easily integrate your contact center with not only the rest of your Webex applications, but also with other critical cloud applications such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Workforce Optimization (WFO) platforms central to effectively running your business.

Optimized user experience

A sophisticated, yet intuitive administration portal puts contact center operations management in the hands of the business, freeing the business to operate with a new level of speed and unburdening critical technical resources.  

A path to cloud at your pace with the Collaboration Flex Plan

Webex Contact Center Enterprise is available as part of the Cisco® Collaboration Flex Plan, which provides an intelligent and practical path for migrating from on-premises to cloud contact center and collaboration solutions at your own pace, with an award-winning user experience at every step.

With common components, desktop, administration, and feature set, current Cisco Contact Center Enterprise customers can enjoy an especially seamless transition to cloud and minimal switching costs or operations disruption with Webex Contact Center Enterprise.

Features and benefits

Webex Contact Center Enterprise (Webex CCE) consists of an integrated, cloud-based feature set of core and optional add-on components that provide for Auto Call Distribution (ACD), Interactive Voice Response (IVR), Computer Telephony Integration (CTI), Workforce Optimization (WFO) including Quality Management (QM) and Workforce Management (WFM), outbound services, reporting, mobile applications, and video and IP telephony—all on an omnichannel basis.

The solution also includes numerous points of integration to customer applications, including leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. Webex Contact Center Enterprise is dynamic in nature and its full set of features and functionality will continuously evolve. Core features of Webex CCE are outlined in Table 1.

Table 1.           Core features



Omnichannel: voice, email, and chat

Each agent license includes Cisco Enterprise Chat and Email (ECE), which offers multichannel capabilities with chat, email, and web callback.

  This feature set helps businesses manage customer email messages and chats by automatically routing the chat or email to the correct resource, based upon information in the request and agent availability.
  With chat collaboration, customers can chat with agents live over the web, with agents able to handle multiple chat sessions simultaneously.
  The email feature helps businesses manage large volumes of customer email inquiries by sending automated replies and routing the email to the right resource.
  With the web callback feature, customers can request a callback from a contact center when the right agent is available. ECE also provides reporting and monitoring tools to more effectively manage your contact center.

Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)

  Webex CCE provides information routing services based on Cisco’s Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE) and Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM) technology.
  ACD functionality allows collection and routing of calls to a contact center agent; conversion of calls to formats that can be carried by a data network to their recipient; rules-based routing; multi-skilled expert agent selection; precision routing; supervisor features; call prompting; announcements; and music-on-hold and queuing capabilities.
  Webex CCE includes precision routing, which sends the contact to the best available resource based on information about the caller and the attributes of the agent. By delivering the contact effectively, companies can reduce overall handling time, decrease the need for multiple transfers, and increase customer satisfaction with the experience. Precision routing is supported for all contact channels, including voice, video, web, chat, and email.
  Webex CCE provides the option for callers to leave a voicemail if a desired agent is unavailable

Webex CCE also includes the following call distribution capabilities:

  Computer Telephony Integration (CTI): Screen pops based on ANI or customer-entered information can be used to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction.
  Queue enhancements: includes priority within queue, announcements/prompts within the queue, redirect on no answer.

Customer routing administration

Webex CCE provides the customer with a portal for configuring routing rules and scripts. This functionality includes:

  Agent- and skill-based intelligent routing
  Precision routing to enable routing based on multi-dimensional agent and customer-specific business logic
  Adjusting real-time routing and call treatment
  Setting schedules, enabling treatments and audit trails
  Overflowing one skill group to another
  Triggering messages on expected wait times
  Controlling time-of-day routing and hours of operation schedules
  Controlling special schedules that override and extend the normal schedule

Customer profile routing

  Webex CCE extends the sources of data available for making contact routing decisions and for populating agent desktop applications. For instance, you can perform a lookup in your customer database during routing to guide its decisions. You can also use information from CRM applications to match customers with agents and expand the data available to screen-pop applications.
  Wherever an agent is based, the system delivers context-call event and customer-profile data as a contact arrives, allowing the agent or application to personalize service and help maximize efficiency.

Self-service Interactive Voice Response (IVR)

Webex CCE provides self-service interactive voice response via Cisco Unified Customer Voice Portal (Unified CVP).

  With Unified CVP, you can pay a bill, order products and track delivery, locate a dealer, schedule a pickup, change name and address information, make travel arrangements, check payment status, receive notification of unusual activity, and request literature or product information.
  Customers can use voice commands to retrieve the information they require without ever speaking with an agent, or to quickly navigate to the correct department or agent who can help them.
  Unified CVP is designed to simplify business integration, increase flexibility, and provide efficiency gains. These features can reduce business costs and dramatically improve customer satisfaction.

Agent greeting

  Play a configurable, automated agent greeting to callers, standardizing the caller experience. The greeting helps keep the agent voices fresh because they do not have to repeat the same greeting on every call.

Agent whisper

  Play a configurable announcement to an agent right before the caller is connected, providing information about the type of call being delivered (for example, sales or technical support) and other guidance. Agents get information about the caller through their headset, speeding problem handling and improving first-call resolution.

Remote agent support

  Remote agent support extends the contact center by providing Computer Telephony Integration (CTI), contact distribution, and reporting capabilities to remote agents in branch offices or at home, through either a broadband network connection or their home telephone line. Webex CCE provides identical user interfaces and feature functions to agents, regardless of location.
  Cisco Unified Mobile Agent allows agents to choose their destination phone number during login time, and to change the number as often as they want, giving the contact center the flexibility to adapt to a fast-moving mobile workforce. With work-at-home programs, agents can be given location flexibility while reducing the contact center’s startup costs. This capability also allows agents to be on any phone device on any third-party switch infrastructure.

Team collaboration

  Allows agents to collaborate with subject matter experts throughout the enterprise via messaging embedded within the agent desktop.

Cisco Outbound Option

  The Cisco Outbound Option, with its combination of outbound dialing modes, complements the powerful inbound call-handling capability of Webex CCE.
  Build campaigns to use predictive, progressive, or preview dialing, which are integrated with inbound calls and compliant with contact center service levels, to offer a powerful blended solution.
  Allocate agents to handle only inbound, only outbound, or both inbound and outbound contacts, offering an effective way to increase resource use.
  Call-Progress Analysis (CPA) (also known as answering machine detection) is enabled for the outbound dialer.
  Outbound reports include performance monitoring counters and personal call-back improvements for better agent usage.

Agent and supervisor desktops

  The Cisco Finesse ® desktop is a next-generation agent and supervisor desktop designed to provide easy access to the applications and information your customer service organization needs through a customizable web-based interface.
  It offers contact center representatives an intuitive, easy-to-use desktop design to help improve their performance and satisfaction, in turn enhancing their ability to provide quality customer service.
  For IT professionals, the Cisco Finesse application offers a thin-client agent desktop that integrates smoothly with the Webex Collaboration portfolio. It is standards-compliant and offers low cost of customization of agent and supervisor desktops.

Desktop features include:

  User-configurable settings such as codes and speed dials
  Direct reporting integration for select real-time reports
  Screen pop service capabilities
  Customized agent activity grids to separate inbound, outbound. and internal calls
  Supervisor tools such as force logout, silent monitor, and real-time statistics
  Integration to customer data via a published gadget integration methodology

Single sign-on

  The solution simplifies login and password management for agents and supervisors by allowing just one login for the Cisco Finesse desktop and associated gadgets.

Supervisory features

  Supervisors can view agent states and call information, send chat messages to agents, interrupt or intercept calls, record conversations, and silently monitor agent calls from the corporate network or through a remote dial-in connection. These features add value to the supervisor’s role in the contact center and help them effectively manage their teams.
  With supervisor and agent chat capabilities, supervisors can send chat messages to agents participating in a call, allowing supervisors to coach agents unobtrusively on cross-sell and up-sell opportunities and help agents resolve customer situations. Supervisors can interrupt an agent’s call to create a three-way conference, and then interact with both the caller and the agent to help resolve a concern. A supervisor can remove the agent from a call using the Intercept feature, allowing the supervisor and caller to complete the call on their own while the agent handles another customer request.
  Supervisors can change an agent’s state from their desktop. For example, agents may forget to make themselves available to take calls after a break or neglect to log out when away from their workstations for an extended period. Supervisors can easily log out missing agents or make unintentionally idle agents ready to take calls.
  This function is critical to highly distributed contact center deployments.
  Supervisors also can change an agent’s skill profile in real time. This capability gives supervisors tactical tools to manage their agent teams and support contact center management objectives.

Reporting and analytics

  Reporting is provided by the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center (UIC), which offers numerous report templates intended to meet common reporting needs. With the availability of the underlying data model and schema, you can easily develop custom reports to extend the solution to meet specific reporting needs.
  Allows for the export of reporting data to external data warehouse environments for extended storage and advanced analytics.
  Provides real-time and historical data necessary for mission-critical contact center reporting across all media types. The solution provides accurate and timely reports on contact center activity, helping managers make informed decisions regarding staffing levels and contact handling procedures.
  The Live Data feature provides a new real-time architecture with significant real-time refresh-rate improvements with actionable, real-time contact center information.

Administration and management portal

Streamlined administration allows managers to perform all contact center administration centrally. The administrative interface allows agents to be set up to handle voice, web, chat, and email contacts, depending on their assigned skill sets.

The interface allows system managers, administrators, and supervisors to develop, modify, or view routing scripts; manage the system configuration; monitor contact center performance; define and request reports; and help ensure system security. This one user interface provides enterprise-wide control across a single or multisite contact center.

Webex CCE’s web-based administration portal includes capabilities to:

  Manage access and role-based permissions
  Search for an agent team or skill group
  Quickly add or remove agents to or from a skill or team
  Create agents, change agent passwords, and disable agents
  Bulk and clone agents
  Create contact center users
  Audit trail retention for six months
  Administer Unified Communications (UC) phones and features
  Customizable dashboards
  Enable access to most functions via a mobile device (i.e., a smartphone or tablet if the device is connected to the customer’s network)
  Create and publish audio files in real time
  Automate distribution of audio files to media servers
  Enable/disable pre-recorded audio prompts
  Access restrictions


  Cisco Finesse API allows companies to develop custom Cisco Finesse desktop capabilities tailored to meet the specific needs of their contact center operations through REST APIs and JavaScript libraries that simplify the development and integration of value-added applications and reduce the need for detailed desktop development expertise.
  Agent request API enables businesses to add voice callback as a feature to their custom-developed applications for the web and for mobile applications. Businesses can present callback as one of the ways customers can contact them, allowing customers to choose the channel of communication that works best for them.
  Outbound campaign management API allows for more precise control over contact center outbound calling campaigns.
  Precision routing API enables an administrator to programmatically control their routing rules.
  Unified Customer Voice Portal (Unified CVP) Call Studio integrations offer an IVR developer the ability to provide backend integrations to IVR applications, allowing personalization and integration with backend business systems.
  Database lookup API/app gateway provides the ability to integrate business logic with agent routing algorithms.
  Cisco Unified Intelligence Center (UIC) reporting API provides a systems analyst with the ability to create customized reports and dashboards.

Table 2 outlines the add-on options available in Webex CCE.

Table 2.           Add-on options



Omnichannel: SMS and MMS text, Facebook Messenger, Twitter Direct Message

  Webex CCE can optionally provide additional messaging channels, including: SMS and MMS text, Facebook Messenger, and Twitter direct messages. This can be used in conjunction with the channel solution or in a standalone mode to an agent desktop.
  Webex CCE can optionally provide a customer with a smart notifications solution that enables automated messages created by a business system to be sent to customers’ mobile phones, with replies forwarded to either the contact center (live agent) or back to the business system.
  U.S. and Canadian customers can enable their existing toll or toll-free numbers for messaging (SMS and MMS pictures) without the need for the voice service to be ported. This provides a level of service that allows message recipients to reply to automated messages by text or phone.

Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) and Text-To-Speech (TTS)

  Webex CCE optionally includes ASR and TTS functionality to enhance the cloud IVR that is included in the core package.
  With ASR and TTS, callers can obtain personalized answers to their questions and conduct business in innovative ways without the costs of interacting with a live agent.

Portal call backs

Webex CCE offers a portal callback feature to allow callers to hold their place in queue and be called back when an agent is available. Portal callback features include:

  High volume auto callback
  Ability to secure an agent before callback
  Service-level reports
  Queue time reporting for callbacks separated from normal inbound calls

Unified Agent Desktop

The Unified Agent Desktop add-on provides enhanced desktop functionality on top of the included Finesse-based agent desktop, including user-friendly gadgets and a consistent agent interface for interaction management across all channels.

Voice Agent Desktop includes:

  Cisco Universal Queue
  Interaction history across channels
  Task manager
  Customer contact capture quick type
  CRM integration
  Marquee directory
  Agent stats

Omnichannel Agent Desktop

In addition to the capabilities included in the Voice Agent Desktop, the omnichannel desktop is designed to provide an integrated omnichannel solution across voice, email, chat, and SMS channels. It includes:

  Cisco voice
  Social manual

Workforce Optimization (WFO) and Workforce Management (WFM)

Webex CCE optionally provides customer access to cloud WFM services on a named agent basis. Features include:

  Individual site, multisite, or enterprise multi-channel forecasting
  Agent scheduling based on work rules, agent preferences, and agent availability
  Real-time intraday management
  Real-time agent adherence and historical adherence reporting
  Web-based agent self-service (trade schedules, PTO requests, overtime, etc.)
  Web-based supervisor administration
  Personnel management
  Mobile support for both agent and supervisor modules
  Support for back office, branch, retail, and outbound campaign management
  Standard reports
  Ability to do custom reporting
  Support for small businesses to large enterprise businesses

Quality Management (QM)

  Webex CCE provides access to Cloud QM services. This access provides digital recordings of voice and data (screen) functionality, including evaluation and storage of recorded voice interactions.

CRM and business application connectors

Webex CCE supports a wide range of CRM and business application connectors, including Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, ServiceNow, Oracle, SAP, Zendesk, and Siebel.

The CRM Adapter service provides a prepackaged CTI integration method between the cloud ACD platform and the customer’s CRM tool. The toolset allows for:

  Agent state control
  Call control
  Click to dial
  Screen pop on ANI or call variables

Outbound campaign management

Webex CCE provides access to included Cisco outbound dialer services. This access can also optionally provide predictive, progressive, or preview outbound dialing functionality and support outbound dialing applications. Features include:

  Predictive, preview, progressive, and direct preview dialing modes
  Dialer management via a portal; import dialer lists and build query rules
  Dedicated and blended agents
  Call progress analysis
  Transfer to IVR feature; support for up to 10 numbers per record
  Support for import of do-not-call lists
  U.S. area code mapping
  Standard outbound reporting via Cisco UIC-provided templates

Optional outbound campaign management services

Webex CCE offers the following optional capabilities for Outbound Voice services as an additional feature. Features included in the Advanced Campaign Manager and which contain all of the optional Portal Outbound Voice functionality include:

  Campaign chaining
  Contact selection strategies
  Time zone management
  Regional and state laws
  Historical and real-time reporting
  Optional SMS campaigns (requires SMS gateway service): add-on to support
  Two-way SMS text campaigns: SMS responses can be scripted responses eliminating agent interactions while servicing the customer. The interaction can be elevated to an agent campaign.
  Optional email campaigns (requires SMTP gateway): optional list campaign management add-on to support outbound email campaigns
  Optional Telephone Call Protection Act (TCPA) compliance: optional compliance module supporting the most recent updates to TCPA guidelines as related to ‘prior express written consent’ (PEWC). The TCPA module provides varying levels of control outside the auto-dialer capable component of the UC solution, enabling campaign management tools for use with customer-provided lists for manual dial to wireless telephone numbers and those numbers with no prior express written consent.

List Manager

Webex CCE also provides a list manager as an additional feature, a fully integrated centralized dialing list manager for the outbound dialer services. Features include:

  Call exclusion list for each dialing list
  Do-not-call global number exclusion filtered by the dialer
  Global exclusion filters numbers
  Sublist support
  Dialing list management, including an enable/disable list, dialing mode by skill group, and agent percentage control
  Support for import of a calling list from third-party sources
  Monitor dialing list statistics

Cisco Emergency Responder (CER)

Webex CCE can optionally provide a solution to enhance the existing emergency 9-1-1 functionality offered by Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

  It assures that Cisco Unified Communications Manager will send emergency calls to the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the caller’s location, and that the PSAP can identify the caller’s location and return the call If necessary.

Global availability

Webex Contact Center Enterprise is available in North America, Europe, and Australia and will be supported by eight global Cisco data centers. Asia availability is planned in the near future, pending regulatory approvals.

Available countries include:

North America: United States, Canada (North American data centers: Denver, Austin)

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, France, Hungary, Ireland, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom (European data centers: London, Amsterdam)

Australia (Australian data centers: Sydney, St. Leonards)

Asia (planned): Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore (Asian data centers: Hong Kong, Singapore)

Technical support services

Cisco offers technical support services covering the areas of problem resolution, customer success and adoption, and designated support management in three service tiers: Basic, Enhanced, and Premium. Basic Support is included with any Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan subscription at no additional cost for the duration of your subscription. For more information about Basic, Enhanced, and Premium Support, read the services description for Cisco Software Support Services.


Webex Contact Center Enterprise is a cloud service available in a Concurrent Agent buying model under Cisco’s Collaboration Flex Plan. (See Table 3). Please refer to the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Center Data Sheet for more information.

Table 3.           Available buying model and agent types for Webex Contact Center Enterprise




Concurrent Agent



A Contact Center User is a user who logs into the contact center system as part of the job duties performed on the customer’s behalf.

Concurrent Agent means the maximum quantity of Contact Center Users that are simultaneously logged in to use the Webex Contact Center Enterprise software or services.

Agent Types

Webex Contact Center Enterprise is available in two agent types that can be combined per the selected agent model. Table 4 explains the types. Table 5 details considerations when choosing agent types.

Table 4.           Available agent types for Webex CCE



Standard Agent

Standard Agent provides essential functionality to voice-only call centers with typical or sophisticated needs. Standard Agent functionality includes browser-based agent desktop, inbound and outbound voice, touch-tone IVR, and web and voice callbacks.

Premium Agent

Premium Agent includes all Standard Agent features and adds omnichannel communication such as chat and email, multi-channel reporting and analytics, and supervisor monitoring and barge-in for all types of agents.

Table 5.           Webex CCE agent type considerations



Committed agents

Charges are based on a usage model. You have the option to pay for a committed quantity of agents on the order. The committed agent quantity will be used to determine your excess agent usage for each month.

Agent overages

Webex CCE allows for agent usage in excess of the committed agent quantity selected on the order. Agent overages are calculated each month when the total number of agents used exceeds the total number of purchased committed agents on the order. On a monthly basis, Cisco will provide an excess usage quote to your reseller for the agents used in excess of the number of committed agents on the order.

Maximum cloud-provisioned users

Under the cloud deployment, you are allowed a maximum number of users capable of being provisioned. Cisco and your reseller configure this value. Contact your reseller if your capacity needs to be increased.

Core Build Services

For Webex Contact Center Enterprise, a one-time Core Build Service is required for the primary and remote geographic location. Core Build Services must be ordered at time of initial order.

Features and benefits by agent types

Your agent type selection entitles you to receive a bundle of Webex CCE features. Table 6 describes the included features and additional options available based on the agent type selections.

Table 6.           Webex CCE features by agent type




Inbound and outbound voice



Intelligent skills-based routing and queuing



Browser-based agent desktop



Standard and customizable reporting (CUIC)



Touch-tone IVR



Voice callback



Web callback



Basic outbound (preview dialing)



Real-time and historical reports data storage



Administration portal



Advanced outbound (outbound option for predictive dialing)

Not Included


Multi-channel reporting and analytics

Not Included


Email and web chat media

Not Included


Supervisor privileges (monitoring, barge-in, and coaching of all agents)

Not Included


Call recording



Speech-enabled IVR



Additional recording storage



CRM connectors



Campaign management (outbound campaigns)



Quality management



Workforce management



WFO analytics



Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) add-on; virtual CPU, virtual memory and solid state drive (SSD) memory1



1 IaaS add-ons are for customers who will bring their own contact center software applications that they wish to have hosted in the Webex Contact Center Enterprise data center. Add-ons are charged by the number of 2.8 GHz virtual CPU, virtual CPU memory, and SSD memory. Memory (both CPU and SSD) can be distributed across virtual CPUs used. Customer or customer’s partner is responsible for any other 3 rd party software (such as database) installation, entitlement, management, support and availability of the application.

Ordering information

To place an order, contact your local Cisco certified partner or Cisco sales agent. If you need help finding a partner in your area, use the Partner Locator tool. Your partner or Cisco sales agent can also assist with any modifications to your subscription after your initial order is placed.

Please refer to the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Center Odering Guide for complete ordering details.

System requirements

The customer is responsible for provisioning PCs and LANs for the services. In addition to the requirements resulting from any pre-launch assessment report, the minimum specifications for customer PCs (Table 7) and LANs follow.

     Customer LAN

     Cat5e or Cat6 cabling

     Cisco switches min 100/full ports to each desktop and gigabit uplinks to a core router

     End-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) enabled throughout the network for all elements impacting the call flow (i.e., from routers to gateways to desktop)

Table 7.           Minimum customer PC specifications




Installed RAM

4 GB

4 GB

Free physical memory

2 GB

2 GB

Free disk space

1 GB

1 GB

CPU speed and type

4th Generation Intel Core i3 or later

1.6-GHz dual-core Intel i5 or later on the following hardware:

  Mac Pro
  MacBook Pro (including Retina display models)
  MacBook Air
  Mac mini

I/O ports (For Jabber® only)

USB 2.0 for USB audio devices

USB 2.0 for USB audio devices

Screen resolution



Supported operating systems

The following operating systems are supported:

     Microsoft Windows 10

     Mac OS X (10.13 and higher)

Supported browsers

In general, Webex CCE supports major browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge but browser requirements vary based on the applications being used and need to be evaluated closely. Java JRE may be required as well for some applications. Project teams will assist with the final versions required.

Sound card and speakers

Integrated audio and speakers (speakers are optional) are required for QM supervisor Concurrent Users only.

Supported phones

In general, Webex CCE supports major browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge but browser requirements vary based on the applications being used and need to be evaluated closely. Java JRE may be required as well for some applications. Project teams will assist with the final versions required.

Table 8 lists the phones that are supported.

Table 8.           Supported phones for contact center agents



Cisco IP Phones 7821, 7841, 7861

Hard phone

7925G, 7925G-EX

Hard phone

7942G, 7945G, 7962G, 7965G, 7975G

Hard phone

8811, 8821, 8841, 8851, 8851NR, 8861

Hard phone

8845, 8865

Hard phone

8941, 8945

Hard phone


Hard phone

9951, 9971

Hard phone


Soft phone

* Any phone can potentially serve as a contact center agent phone when mobile agent is being used.

Suggested headsets

Cisco recommends one headset per agent. Noise canceling models such as the Cisco Headset 531 and 532 reduce background noise in call centers.

Cisco and partner services

Adapt to market changes while increasing productivity, improving competitive advantage, and delivering a rich media experience across any workspace. The combined strengths of Cisco and our partners provide a portfolio of services that can help you prepare your infrastructure for future changes aligning to long-term business goals. Together, we create innovative, network-centric architecture solutions resulting in a scalable and responsive foundation that can help you realize the full value of your IT and communication investment.

For more information about Cisco Contact Center Services, visit: cisco.com/c/en/us/products/contact-center/service-listing.html.

Cisco environmental sustainability

Information about Cisco’s environmental sustainability policies and initiatives for our products, solutions, operations, and extended operations or supply chain is provided in the “Environment Sustainability” section of Cisco’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report.

Reference links to information about key environmental sustainability topics (mentioned in the “Environment Sustainability” section of the CSR Report) are provided in the following table.



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Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan

Flex up on the cloud momentum

If your business needs a more intuitive way to work and a more predictable financial path to the cloud, talk to your Cisco representative about the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan. For additional information, visit: cisco.com/go/collaborationflexplan.

The addition of Webex Contact Center Enterprise to the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan gives businesses an intelligent and practical path for taking their business from on-premises to cloud communications and collaboration at their own pace, with an award-winning user experience at every step.

The Collaboration Flex Plan offers several important benefits:

     Access to a full-stack, enterprise-grade cloud collaboration bundle that includes everything a business needs—cloud calling, meetings, teams, contact center, and a broad portfolio of integrated devices

     Secure and reliable cloud service and implementation, supported by certified Cisco enterprise channel partners

     Flexibility to support a mix of on-premises and cloud system deployments, with financial protection for future migration of any included Cisco on-premises licenses

     Built to support multisite and global multi-national networking requirements

     Intelligent user experience that integrates customer collaboration applications and devices with other cloud applications you depend on, so you can streamline workflows and support a more intuitive way to work.

For more information

For more information about Cisco contact center products, visit: cisco.com/go/cc.

Document history




First publication of data sheet


January 23, 2020




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