What is ASR over 45%

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  1. Staffing

    Staffing Guest

    When looking for VoIP routs I see things like "ASR over 45%" , can some one
    tell me what this is ?

    Thanks

    Jay
     
    Staffing, Oct 8, 2003
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  2. Staffing

    Brassknight Guest

    it is the percentage of completed calls that you can do

    in your example 45% means that if you try to call 100 times, you probably
    will reach to complete 45 calls.

    bye Matteo



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    > When looking for VoIP routs I see things like "ASR over 45%" , can some

    one
    > tell me what this is ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Jay
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