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Erlang C formula

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    Philippe Abasq
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    I’d like to calculate via Excel a theorical number of agents from many results:

    average call duration, average wrap-up duration and call answering target (% and duration), number of received calls.

    Do I need to include the pause time?

    Best regards

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    Jim Keane
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    I think by pause time, you mean the average time that an agent is unavailable after a call has finished, perhaps because an order is being entered on a system. If that’s what you mean, then you need to include this figure with average call duration as it is included in the time which the agent is occupied.

    Regards,
    Jim Keane.

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    Philippe Abasq
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    Thank you for your answer,

    Actually the meaning of the pause time is the time the agent is unavailable after the after-call-work, for a rest purpose.

    Should I include this time for the calculation of a theorical agent number ?

    Regards,
    Philippe Abasq.

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    Romeo Yacap
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    You should include it in your calculation as it will affect the resulting number of agents in whatever service level you are designing the system on.

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    Indika
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    what is the difference between MHT & ACD

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