IVR stands for Interactive Voice Response. IVR (Interactive Voice Response) is a technology that allows users (usually callers) to obtain information from a phone system without the assistance of an operator.
IVRs can accept input from callers, usually in the form of pressed phone keys, and can accept voice input and in some cases translate that into actions. You can design an IVR by a simple drag and drop application on our website called "IVR Studio". Using this application you can create IVR's with Text to Speech (TTS), DTMF (Dual tone multi frequency) inputs.
You can make 10 Lac Calls in 10 Hours.
User will only pay for successful calls made.
VMS can be sent from web panel.
User can schedule VMS.
User can decide, how many times our system should redial in case there is no response from destination number.
Time difference can be set between redial attempts.