California-based SMS text marketing provider CallFire remains at the edge of all ground breaking technology and recently devised a way to leverage its auto dialer software through using just an iPad or any other tablet currently on the market.
If you’re a businessman or woman and you want to improve your contact rates, track live campaign results and automate phone reminders, all you need available to you is an auto dialer. Auto dialers have the capability to deliver thousands of marketing phone messages to multiple people in a short amount of time.
Although users are required to possess a soft phone application including Skype (News - Alert) or Bria that has either an inbound local or toll free number attached to it, the rest of the process of running an auto dialer campaign from a tablet is simple.
According to a recent blog post, just log into Skype so that your inbound calling feature is active. Then open up your Internet browser, whether it be Internet Explorer, Chrome or Safari, and visit CallFire’s website www.callfire.com. Then just use your information to access your inbound soft phone number using either your iPad Skype or Bria app, type in the pound symbol when asked by the Agent Callback, and switch to CallFire in your Safari app. Next, enter your Agent ID in the input box, and you will gain full control over the specifics of your auto dialer campaign directly from your iPad touchscreen. You can even using the iPad speakers and microphone to create the auto dialer message.
Successfully tested through using an iPad 3G with both Wi-Fi and a 3G connection, this auto dialer can be used communicate an intended message to your target audience in a cost-effective manner.
Last year, CallFire revealed that its auto dialer was utilized by The Central Library Consortium to allow book fanatics to renew their memberships to the library of their choosing through calling a phone number. The service also allows library lovers to efficiently look at books that are still yet to be returned under their names and helps them renew any items they may want to hold onto longer. For more information, click here.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin