Install Queuemetrics Call Center software for Asterisk on Fedora 10

What makes Asterisk so great is the growing ecosystem of 3rd party software.  For call centers based on Asterisk PBX, the best on the market is Queuemetrics.  This solution allows for over 150 different statistics to be collected.  Here is just a few:

Number of calls
Total call length
Average call length
Average call waiting
Number of unanswered calls
Average time before disconnection
Area code
Number of calls
Total calling time
Average time per call (for taken calls)
Average wait per call
Average position at disconnection (for lost calls)
Number of available agents
Total agent time
Average agent time
Minimum/ maximum agent session duration
Agent availability

If by now you are not convinced take a look at the complete list; you can check out Loway’s site and Queuemetrics here.  I have personally helped setup several commercial call centers(while working for VoiceIP Solutions) with this software and I am impressed at the value and support for our customers purchase.  So today we are going to set up a basic Queuemetrics installation; we will not be covering the Asterisk portion.  Nothing fancy here, but I can get you started.

The goal of this post:

– install Queuemetrics