In this economy, businesses have come to realize that the best way to grab customer attention is to deliver optimal value and cost savings.
Addison, Texas-based OPC Marketing, a provider of predictive and auto dialer software, has been offering monthly promotions in a bid to allow customers seeking a predictive dialer to make the purchase and get some added benefits.
This month, the company reminded businesses that now is a better time than ever to buy a predictive dialer and as an added bonus, is giving away free agent PC’s with SpitFire Predictive Dialers.
In earlier months, the company has also offered a free hybrid dialer update as well as free quality leads and a buy-one get-one promotion.
OPC Marketing claims their SpitFire Predictive Dialer has the ability to not only place automatic outbound calls from a pre-loaded list, but also offers the ability to remain in compliance with the Federal Do Not Call list - since all numbers are scrubbed against this FTC (News - Alert) managed list.
Erin Henochowicz, co-owner of OPC Marketing told TMCnet recently that predictive dialers are increasingly being used for appointment reminders and verifications as companies look to reduce the number of no-shows taking a toll on their bottom line.
Henochowicz told TMCnet that in the last quarter, 10 percent of OPC Marketing’s customers were made up of service companies using predictive and/or auto dialers to improve productivity and increase revenues.
The predictive dialer manufacturer was also recently selected by TMC as a recipient of the 2008 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for their SpitFire Open Interface offering.
OPC’s SpitFire Open Interface is designed to make it easy to integrate the company’s SpitFire Predictive Dialer application with third-party applications.
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Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi