“At Ifbyphone, we help lead generation companies gain competitive advantage by enhancing their platforms with voice routing and reporting capabilities and I’m looking forward to sharing our latest insights with the panel and participants at the show."
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 26, 2010
Ifbyphone, a leading customer interaction company, announced today that its CEO and founder, Irv Shapiro, will be a panelist at LeadsCon East on July 27th in New York, NY. He is participating in the session, “How to Contact: Man vs. Machine” which will explore using lead generation technologies to reduce customer contact costs and increase sales response time. The panel session will be led by Sammy James, CEO of Speak2Leads.
“In today’s increasingly competitive lead generation space businesses are seeking technology to assist them in connecting with their prospects more effectively,” said Shapiro. “At Ifbyphone, we help lead generation companies gain competitive advantage by enhancing their platforms with voice routing and reporting capabilities and I’m looking forward to sharing our latest insights with the panel and participants at the show.”
LeadsCon is the pioneering conference and expo dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of those operating in the lead generation industry. Held twice a year, the event brings together thought leaders from around the world to share innovative, effective ways to improve the results of money spent on online and offline marketing efforts.
To learn more about Ifbyphone’s applications, including Call Tracking, Hosted IVR, Call Distributor for home bases workers and Click-to-Call, for the lead generation industry, visit http://www.ifbyphone.com.
Ifbyphone, a leading provider of Voice Applications for Customer Interactions, helps businesses reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction by automating call handling and management with solutions for outbound notifications, call tracking and analytics, voice self-service and virtual call centers. Through its Cloudvox service developers and entrepreneurs can create their own Asterisk-compatible apps in any programming language or simple HTTP. For more information, visit http://www.ifbyphone.com