An automated phone system is any telephone system that interacts with callers without input from a human other than the recipient. One Call Now provides an outbound automated phone system that places calls and delivers the message. Our call system accepts bulk imports of telephone numbers, usually from a spreadsheet, database, or other contact management system. Using secure servers, the system places calls and listens for answers. When the system detects a human answer it plays a pre-recorded message created using either a human voice or a typed text to speech message. The system also detects when the call is answered electronically by a machine or voicemail system and can deliver an alternate message. These services can also be known as automated dialing, automated calling service, automated phone calls, phone or call blast services, automated call trees, and phone calling systems.
One Call Now doesn’t require the purchase or installation of software, hardware, or additional phone lines. Our clients save money over traditional communication methods such as printing and distributing fliers, mail notices, bulletins and multiple calls by staff members. It’s an efficient mass calling system that won’t drain your budget.
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An Automated Calling Service should be considered in any situation where a large number of outbound calls or emails are necessary, especially when speed and accuracy are important. One Call Now’s automated calling service makes it easy to load contacts, create and save messages, and begin broadcasting. The time savings from using an automated calling service is substantial when compared to traditional communication methods.
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One Call Now’s automated calling system does more than deliver your message – it allows your contacts to respond to you in a variety of ways by using the keypad on their phone, or replying to text and email messages.
Our automated calling system doesn’t stop when a message reaches its target. We also allow feedback through our interactive, two-way features.
We’ll tailor your messages, too. One Call Now enables you to record your own voice messages, and save them for quick use in the future. We also provide text-to-speech solutions with many realistic voices. Our text to speech phone call system provides many additional messaging features. If your group is multilingual, we’ll translate your message automatically into the appropriate language for each contact based on their preferences.
One Call Now’s message personalization feature – “Message Builder” – sets us apart from most automated phone systems. It allows for the easy personalization of messages including the recipient’s name, balance due, dates, appointment time – virtually any field in a spreadsheet or database can be included in the body of the message with Message Builder.
Do you need to share an emergency notification, a routine alert, or a group message? Just manage your groups, record your message, and we will deliver a phone blast to everybody on your calling list. Our detailed reporting will confirm delivery and explain unsuccessful attempts.
We automate phone calls and distribute them, within minutes, to any group, large or small. Every day, schools, religious organizations, sports teams, businesses, and property managers rely on our call systems to deliver important information. They count on us. So can you.
Suppose you’re in charge of nurse staffing for a large hospital. Two of your nurses call out at the last minute. Their slots need to be filled immediately. With patients’ lives on the line, you contact a list of 50 nurses to find replacements. One Call Now’s two-way communication ensures that calls continue to be made until slots are filled, alleviating stress and burden.
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