How it works
The Automation report is mainly based on the automation levels. It displays major KPI sliced by automation level: CSAT and volume.
This report is based on conversations. Meaning that if a customer has bots transferring to other bots, they will share the data of these conversations. What we aim to show here is the Automation on a global view. If customers need more details on how customers are interacting with specific bots, they will be able to use the path report.
It also gives more details on each automation level.
1. Fully automated conversations
For the Fully automated conversations, it gives more details on how the bots and customers handled the conversation. Did they reach the end of the scenario? Did they dropped the conversation? Did the bots failed to transfer the conversation to a human?
2. Partially automated conversations
Regarding the Partially automated conversations, this report will display in which routing rules the bots have transferred the most.
3. Bots impacts
A data-view will help customers understand the impact of their modifications on the automation level. Last but not least, a table will list each one of the bots that have handled conversations, with their main performances. A button will give access to the path report (1).
4. Scenario reportIn the scenario report, analyze your visitors’ journey with a visualization that helps you identify points of friction or abandonment, improve your scenario right away, and compare the results of its different versions.
In detail, you can see with a few clicks which card of the scenario results in a drop-off of the conversation or which one is completed to continue and to finalise the conversation.