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Import

Workforce Management (WFM) collects historical data automatically.

As an alternative, you can import historical data manually on a regular basis. For example, you might have a new Genesys WFM installation and want to import previously collected historical data.

Tip
You can export Forecasts, using WFM and historical data collected by WFM.

Accessing and Editing This View

Only users who have security rights to edit historical data and/or publish to Master Forecast can access the Forecast > Import view.

Format is Important

Use the same column separator in the Import wizard as the one used in the .CSV file. In the Import wizard, this column separator is set by default and defined in the current regional settings. If you are importing .CSV files containing data whose format is defined by a different regional setting, and the column separator in this file is different from default separator, change the column separator in the Import wizard to match the separator used the .CSV file.

You can import more than one type of data to a single file.

Tip
When you export historical data, take care to observe the format of the exported files. Data Importer requires that the exported files be in .CSV format.

The data files must:

  • be formatted according to regional settings.
  • use 15-minute, 30-minute, 60-minute, or 24-hour (daily) timesteps. (If you are importing data to the Master Forecast, use 15-minute and daily granularity only.)
  • be ordered in ascending order by date.

The Data Import module imports the following data into WFM:

Master Forecast Historical Data
Interaction Volume data Historical Interaction Volume data
AHT data Historical AHT data
Calculated Staffing data (in Man-hours or FTE)
Required Staffing data (in Man-hours or FTE)
Tip
WFM exports data such as, Interaction Volume or AHT forecasts, Staffing forecasts, Historical Interaction Volumes, and Historical AHT through the Forecast report using the .CSV friendly format.

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This page was last modified on November 30, 2015, at 18:13.