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E-RESOURCE
Author Stolletz, Raik.

Title Performance Analysis and Optimization of Inbound Call Centers [electronic resource] / by Raik Stolletz.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.

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Physical description 1 online resource (x, 219 pages 107 illustrations).
Series Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, 0075-8442 ; 528
Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ; 528.
Contents Introduction -- Characterization of Inbound Call Centers -- Classification of Queueing Models of Inbound Call Centers -- Queueing Models of Call Centers with Homogeneous Customers and Homogeneous Agents -- Queueing Model of a Call Center with two Classes of Customers and Skill-based Routing -- Conclusions and Suggestions for Further Research -- A Algorithms for Call Center Models with Homogenous Customers and Agents -- B Appendix for the Queueing Model of a Call Center with two Classes of Customers and Skill-based Routing -- Glossary of Notation -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- References.
Summary The focus of this book is on the management of inbound call centers. Based on technical performance measures this book develops economic performance measures for different classes of telephone service numbers. Both the numbers of agents and the number of offered phones lines are decision variables in the operational personnel planning process. Since call arrivals as well as call-handling times are random in inbound call centers, this book concentrates on performance analysis and optimization using queueing models. These models may differ with respect to several features, for example, the number of customer classes, the number of differently trained agent groups, the limitation of the waiting room, or the customer's impatience. This book describes mathematical methods and algorithms to relate these decision variables to technical as well as economic performance measures.
Subject Economics.
Operations research.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642555060 (electronic bk.)
3642555063 (electronic bk.)
9783540008125
3540008128
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-642-55506-0