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6 features include: * Voice Broadcast Services optimized for SMBs * A complete voice broadcast scheduling API allowing any SAAS application to integrate with voice broadcast services * Caller ID and schedule based Toll Free Number routing with complete IVR support * Beta Testing of International Click to Calls * Improved Company and Product Directories in our IVR and Virtual Receptionist solutions * New reseller tools including access controls for resellers that allow them to limit customer access to select functions * Single step, easy to use call recording * Business customer access to consumer features including email by voice services
Before using Ifbyphone's Voice Broadcast service, Weed Man Madison had one employee who spent 20 hours each week making accounts receivable calls.
The Ifbyphone services support the integration of web-based click to call, application driven call initiation, toll free call routing, call tracking and voice broadcast services into a powerful toolset for SMBs.
The in-house use of Voice Promote(SM), a voice broadcast service, to reduce client fees associated with unused lines for audio conferencing, also validated the effectiveness of Voice Promote(SM) as a new service.
Voice broadcast service delivers valuable information to thousands of customers in a timely, cost-effective manner
Voice broadcast service allows campaigners to deliver their message personally to thousands of voters at once
Grassfire Communications, an innovative Voice Broadcast service provider that specializes in political dialing solutions, today announced its plans to revolutionize how candidates, elected officials, and political organizations interact with the general public.
GroupCast's voice broadcast service enables groups, businesses, hospitals, schools and organizations to quickly and easily send recorded telephone messages simultaneously to tens, hundreds or thousands of recipients.