One of the most frustrating aspects of communication in a professional setting occurs when someone does not respond to a message. Managers can have no idea if their employees have received critical information, and this uncertainty can lead to poor planning and financial losses. However, automated calling technology boasts numerous features that can eliminate this problem altogether.
Voice broadcasting provider One Call Now lets businesses customize a voice message and send it out via advanced broadcasting technology. Staff will never have to worry about a voicemail being received, because the program can be instructed to keep calling until someone picks up. A recipient can then press a touch-tone button to acknowledge the information in the message.
For example, Tim Sanderson, the manager of business at Wright Patt Credit Union, uses this technology to notify his staff in an unexpected situation.
"Prior to using a notification service, we had to manually call employees to notify them of changes or emergencies," he wrote in a testimonial. "Now we can ensure they are notified almost immediately with one phone call. The call goes to employees and they can respond using their keypad to acknowledge the receipt of the call. This helps us keep employees safe and informed so we can take the appropriate steps to address the situation."
Credit unions and banks are far from the only institutions that can benefit from this technology. Patients can respond to doctor inquiries, property managers can request payment from tenants and security personnel can acknowledge instructions from their superiors. By employing the services from One Call Now, businesses in countless fields will be assured of reliable delivery of critical messages.