Can't remember who said it or sang it, but there's a line, "I can't wait until tomorrow, because I get better looking every day." Well that's the way I feel about my business. As a service oriented company, we've always done a good job at a good price with responsive quality service, and we've been...
Interactive Voice Response, or IVR, is a form of human-computer interface which takes its input from voice and keypad commands. Compared to a phone menu, call tree, or automated attendant, an Interactive Voice Response system is put in place to actually receive data, process it, and deliver...Read More
Once relegated to the realms of sci-fi and seemingly far-fetched movie plots, voice assistant technology is now a huge part of the customer service experience. It works inconjunction with your Interactive Voice Response, known as IVR, to increase efficiency in your company's communication,...Read More
So you want to know why custom audio is important to your phone system? Your phone system is the first impression many customers receive. It's the "front door" to your business and it needs a professional image. It's one of the easiest ways to improve customer experience. In addition to ...Read More
Every business owner knows the importance of accurate and timely communications to keep the company running smoothly. A missed call or message can mean a significant loss of revenue and possibly a lost client. The auto attendant on your phone system can help to solve this issue. The obvious...Read More
When was the last time you've had an experience like that? How did it make you feel about the brand who...Read More
Your team has worked diligently to create a marketing and communication strategy that will increase sales and strengthen your competitive edge. Understanding how to create effective audio marketing scripts for Message On Hold can make a difference as to how clients perceive your brand. Your...Read More
Today, businesses have an abundance of phone system options to consider for their communication needs. In the past, small to mid-size organizations with multiple phones relied on a private branch exchange (PBX), which connected internal lines to external lines, and managed functions such as call...Read More