The Voice2Phone VoIP Auto Dialer is a desktop application that will allow you to manage and carryout outbound phone calling campaigns. The features are easy to use, and they can help you organize, carryout, and analyze every aspect of multiple calling campaigns. By uploading an audio voice recording, you can communicate with every individual on a list of contacts. Some of the Auto Dialer's features are:
Connect press-1 campaign to any office phone or cell phone.
Send customized messages with information from customer's CRM record or spreadsheet using real voices or text-to-speech.
Run multiple campaigns simultaneously, each with its own message, campaign options, call list, and transfer agents.
Easy campaign start and stop, pause, restart, and rerun with a single button click.
Combine audio files and dynamic text to create your personalized messages.
Automatically collects touch tone key or speech command responses.
Connect to your corporate PBX system or any VOIP service providers using our on premise software.
Use phone surveys for political campaigns, public policy research, consumer satisfaction, and polling.
VoIP Auto Dialer automatically detects answering machines, live answers, voice mails, and other call statuses.
Automatic retry for any call results, such as machine answer, no answer, or line busy.
The easy to use import wizard lets you import your spreadsheet data or any list in CSV format for any campaign.
Record your message using your own voice.
Simply type in your message and have the computer generate the audio message for you automatically.
Use your own number for caller ID on our desktop or hosted service.
Automatically stop campaign at a set time with time zone management.
An image of Voice2Phone Auto Dialer's main window is located below:
The primary window has three important components that can be used to track and edit calling campaigns. On the left edge of the screen, there is a column under a ribbon labelled 'Campaigns'. This section of the window is where you can switch between the calling campaigns that you have created.
Below the campaign tools, you will notice a column for campaigns on the left edge of the interface. For each campaign block, you will see information about statuses and start dates. These campaign blocks allow you to quickly start and stop existing campaigns.
Near the center-top section of the interface, there are three grids that contain information about the campaign that you selected in the campaigns column section. This section of the interface contains two charts that summarize the campaign's statistics. The chart on the left shows statistics for waiting calls, including new, active, unanswered, and failed. The chart on the right shows the statistics for completed calls. These statistics are transferred calls, answered calls, unanswered calls, and failed calls.
Directly below the statistics section, there is a section known as a calling grid. This section is a spreadsheet that includes phone numbers, call statuses, and DTMF responses.