IVR

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IVR

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) International Vehicle Registration
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In this webinar we'll demonstrate some ways to gauge the impact of your auto attendant to see where your caller experience lines up.
Future Contract Opportunity: Perth and Kinross Council (PKC) has a requirement for Speech Enable Auto Attendant System.
Alteva's IP-based Video Auto Attendant offers a video stream that could be a recording of people reciting "Press 1" options to callers, or it could be much more robust, such as with graphical cues to help customers reach the appropriately skilled live agents.
THE UTOPIA AUTO ATTENDANT CONVERSION KIT FROM BOWLING GREEN, KY.
Called the Auto Attendant conversion kit, the self-checkout solution is designed exclusively for the independent grocer with four to six lanes, and was created to bolt onto an existing lane, as it has the same footprint as a traditional cash stand.
iVoice has introduced an entirely TAPI-based Speech Enabled Auto Attendant product that negates the need for proprietary server hardware.
NASDAQ: NUAN), a leading supplier of speech and imaging solutions, today introduced SpeechAttendant[R] Internal Dialer, a turnkey, IP-based speech-enabled auto attendant solution for employee-to-employee communications.
com)-- Parlance Corporation, a leader in enterprise auto attendant solutions today announces a new article “Common Shortcomings of Typical Automated Attendants” by Michele Gosselin, Service Engineer at Parlance Corporation.
The Swiss-based firm Interroll has installed iVoice's Speech Enabled Auto Attendant through its U.
Business telephony features including auto attendant, conference calls, individual and group paging and voicemail, with the option of email delivery
The webinar will explore key considerations in developing an auto attendant that callers embrace.
com has unveiled a Stand-Alone Speech Recognition Auto Attendant that enables small to medium sized businesses to incorporate speech recognition into their current communications systems without duplicating voicemail applications.