This report allows you to break down each business day into half-hour periods, showing the maximum and average number of telephone lines in use in any particular half-hour.
This report is ideal for determining whether or not you have enough lines, or if you have too many! After all, why should you spend thousands renting lines you never use?
Note: Running this report over longer periods increases the accuracy of its results!
This report can help in line provision decision-making, allowing you to analyse traffic to certain dialled destinations, as well as the standard individual and groups of trunks. This information could be used in determining whether private networks are necessary between your sites, or in deciding which carrier would be able to route your calls cheaper.
The inclusive graph shows maximum and average high-points and, based on its predictive information, will highlight 'danger times' when you can expect all of your trunks to be busy, and therefore unable to take further calls.
The report can be run on an ad-hoc basic or scheduled to run automatically at pre-determined times. You can run to web, PDF, Excel, CSV or XML. When running as a web reports, note that all headers are fully clickable and results can be reordered on-the-fly! You can also drill-down for more details by clicking on any of the hyperlinks contained within the report.
You have the option to report on all channels, any group of channels or even specific channels. You may also restrict the report to a specific site or specific dates and times.
You may also choose to report on how busy your channels are dealing with specific call types e.g. inbound, outbound, tandem etc.
You may also choose to report only on calls to specific destinations, LCR codes, trunk access codes or dialled numbers. You can even choose to exclude certain calls e.g. weekend calls.Return to reports