Billing Report

This report is used when you need to produce a telephone bill for a client or group of clients, for example in a business centre, a hospital, hotel or between your company's departments.

Bills can be run on an ad-hoc basis or scheduled for auto-delivery at a future date.  All bills can include a percentage or fixed-charge markup.

All bills can be customised to include your own header and footer (which can include your logo).  Bills can also be run as a summary report or as a detailed report with each call itemized.

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Organisation Drill-Down

A powerful, fully-clickable report which begins with a complete summary of all departmental activity with totals.

By simply clicking on the department you're interested in, the report zooms in to show the same summary information for each individual extension in that group.  Zoom in further to a particular extension to see a detailed itemised list of all call activity on that extension.

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Trunks Busy Report

This breaks down each business day into half-hour periods, showing the maximum and average number of concurrent phones in use during any particular half-hour.  Standard filters apply, so you can choose to concentrate on only incoming or only outgoing calls, or exclude weekends so as not to distort your figures when traffic may normally be low.

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Call Geography

Shows vivid pie charts and a detailed table with complete information about where you make your calls to, out of local, national, international, mobile, etc.  Each segment is shown as a percentage of the number of calls, and again to show how much of the cost is made up of those types of calls.  This quickly enables you to see how just a handful of calls may account for the majority of your costs!

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Top Calls Report

Quickly identify your top calls in terms of cost or duration.

This is most useful for uncovering abuse or for identifying expensive types of calls, for example calls to directory enquiry services, mobile phones, premium rate numbers etc.

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Incoming Call Analysis

Breaks down your working day into half-hour segments and reveals important information about your incoming calls.  See calls that are answered and abandoned, how long it takes you to answer them, or how long people are waiting before they give up and abandon the call.  These figures are shown as maximum and averages so you can more effectively plan your staffing requirements throughout each day.

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Target Response Report

Quickly assess how well a group of extensions (or your whole organisation) is answering incoming calls within a pre-determined target.  It provides a line by line summary of each day along with a visual indicator showing the percentage of incoming calls answered within and outside your target.

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Custom Report

An extremely flexible report, for those who feel they want more information than is provided by the in-built reports; you can specify exactly what search terms you want to look for including Caller ID, and LCR calls.

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Daily Activity

This report provides a summary showing the total volume of all inbound, outbound and lost calls for each day.

It's ideal for identifying call volume trends, and very quickly highlights your busy days, allowing you to more effectively plan your staffing requirements.

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Full Call Analysis

The full call analysis report breaks down your working day into half-hour segments and details important information about your calls.  You get a clear graphical representation of how many outbound, answered and abandoned calls you've made.

Figures are shown as maximum and averages so you can more effectively plan your staffing requirements throughout each working day.

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Inbound Call Performance

This report shows in-depth response times for all your inbound traffic over each year, month and day.  This report is ideal for tracking call volumes and their associated patterns as well as monitoring response times and lost calls.

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Business Centre Summary

The business centre summary provides a line-by-line total of fixed costs for each extension group.  As well as providing a summary of calls to be billed back, you can easily identify groups of users who are running up excessively high bills and also groups that are making virtually no calls.

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Frequent Numbers

This report is ideal for identifying which numbers you call the most often and seeing who's making these calls.  You will never again have to waste time trawling through reams of paper from your phone provider trying to find and mark numbers that appear to be called a lot!

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Extension Usage

This report provides detailed information about each extensions internal and external call activity.  This report is ideal for allow you to determine which extension are being used.  It also allows you to pick up extension that are often busy dealing with internal calls that are often missed with some of the more general reports.

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First & Last Calls

This report displays the first and last calls made by extension in a group.  It allows you to see at a glance when users start and finish taking calls.  This is particularly important in service groups.

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TIM Professional reports can be ran from either the application console, or via it's built-in web server.

Users can be given access to all the available data, or restricted to departments by identifying themselves with an allocated login.  Reports can then be ran off quickly, and easily by filtering the data through the interface, or set up on a regular schedule.

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All reports can be run on an ad-hoc basis, or scheduled at regular intervals and delivered to one, or many users.  Reports can be scheduled to run using a fixed period (e.g. daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, etc.).

TIM Professional can deliver scheduled reports in different ways.  All reports, can be scheduled using the following method:

To a file

The filename can include dynamic variables such as date and time, and can be on a local disk, or a network share.

By email

Multiple recipients can be defined, and the report can be included in the body of the email or attached to it.

To a printer

A local, or network printer, can be used to print off a hard copy of your reports.

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