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# Service Level

• This topic has 6 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 23 years ago by Jean.
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John Scott
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Does anyone kow how service level is calculated?

#11226
Rakesh Luthra
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Dear John

Service level Percentage

Service level % = accepted calls * 100
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Total Calls Offered

Total Calls Offered = Actual Calls Landing in hunt group or VDN
Accepted Calls = Calls landed on ACD and attended within Acceptable Service Level

Any Queries are welcomed.

Email : luthra@india.com

#11227
John
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Whilst I do not profess to be correct I think my answer is closer to to the truth than the previous answer:

Service level is the % of calls answered in a given time frame. For example if you had a service level objective of 80% of calls answered in 20 seconds then the measure of that is the number of calls that were answered in 20 seconds. If all calls were answered within 20 seconds then you have a service level of 100%.

The time frame agreed upon is the key to service level measurmenet and management.

#11228
John Bruce
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The Percentage of Service Level during the time period X will be:

No. of Calls answered during X * 100
———————————————-
No. of calls landed on ACD during X

#11229
Surya
Guest

I very much agree with suggestion put down by Mr John Bruse as well as Rakesh.

service level is calculated by number of call answered out of the number of call landed in the call center multiplied by 100. This will give the answer in %

#11230
Neil
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All of the above are probably correct – yet there are many ways in which srvice level can be calculated; dependant on what is agreed by management or even regulators.

ie)
1)service level can be calculated from calls answered in a specific time band in relation to calls offered to the ACD.

2)Service level can also be calculated from your calls answered in your time band in relation to you calls answered in total; in which case:

(Calls Ans in {Time band – ie 30sec}/Calls ans in Total)*100 = Service level

#11231
Jean
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The universally accepted calculation is x% of calls answered in y seconds. But there are many variations of this, and several iterations that managers use to manipulate statistics.

If you are interested in consulting services in establishing service level targets and sustainable measurements, please send me an email.

Good luck!

Jean

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