Dialtel to Focus on Efficiency gor Voice Broadcasting Services

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Dialtel Inc, a leading provider of Voice Broadcasting Services since 2004, is working on expansion and growth protocols for customers, resellers, and service providers.

Continuous Improvement

There is so much that goes on behind the scenes when it comes to efficiency. We spent years migrating from a Windows platform to a Linux platform in order to open up countless improvements to our infrastructure.

Dialtel is fast approaching its 10 year anniversary of providing Voice Broadcasting related services to its clients. Through these years they have learned so much about the industry. Their short term goal is to become more efficient in order to handle more business with less effort.

This all sounds very simple and obvious, however it is far from that! Time Management becomes the most crucial element of all decision making processes.

Would it be better to spend 5 days working hard on code organization if it saves 20 minutes each time you have to access and make changes to the code?

Would it be worth your time to spend 6 months redesigning the entire interface if it cuts the training time down from 3 hours to 1 hour?

These are the kinds of questions that Dialtel asks themselves about all their internal processes. When they spot a major inefficiency, it becomes a central focus of future workloads.

Dialtel CEO, Erik Scanlan, said in a statement, “There is so much that goes on behind the scenes when it comes to efficiency. We spent years migrating from a Windows platform to a Linux platform in order to open up countless improvements to our infrastructure. The customer would see the same interface when they logged in but unbeknownst to them, we had performed major changes under the hood.”

It is these kinds of changes that Dialtel is focusing on making to continue their coordinated effort of bringing the best Voice Broadcasting Services to the market for their customers, resellers, and service providers who rely on their services to run their own businesses.

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