Dialtel Releases Mass Notification Service for the Rapid Delivery of Voice Messages

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Dialtel Inc, a leading provider of Voice Broadcasting Services since 2004, announces the release of a Mass Notification Service for the Rapid Delivery of Outbound Pre-Recorded Voice Calls

Mass Notification

Companies need to be pro-active about using a Mass Notification Service. One cannot wait for a disaster and then scramble to respond.

Companies and Organizations are increasingly turning to Mass Notification Services to handle communication to a large volume of people in a short period of time. With the capability to make 500,000 calls per hour, Dialtel is ready to handle the requirements of its clients that need to quickly notify recipients.

The amount of effort it takes to notify a large group of people can be cumbersome to any organization big or small. It makes sense to leverage the power of an existing network designed to handle that task. Imagine a softball coach who needs to suddenly notify 20 players that the game is being moved to a different field. These are the situations where Mass Notification can come to the rescue.

Companies need to be pro-active about using a Mass Notification Service. One cannot wait for a disaster and then scramble to respond. It is critical that organizations prepare in advance for potential situations that can occur. Dialtel does not charge any setup fees to use the service, therefore a company can register an account and configure many campaigns in advance at no cost.

Lets assume that the service is to be used for a Softball Coach... He or She could create the following campaigns:

Game Cancelled
Game Moved
Practice Cancelled
Practice Moved
League Fee Reminder

The coach should prepare in advance all the details of his campaigns such as the message and database. That way when the service is called for, the coach could simply start the system.

It cannot be stressed enough that a service like this is best used pro-actively. Spend some time analyzing your potential needs, learn the system, configure the system, and test the system. This way when you need the system to work for you it will be effortless and the recipients of your calls will be amazed at your communication skills!

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