Dialtel, a firm that provides services such as voice broadcasting/predictive dialing, virtual PBX (News - Alert) and virtual call center, has recently released a hosted dialer solution to be used specifically to increase business insurance leads that is free from hassle.
The company will provide free data to all of its customers utilizing the hosted dialer solution which in turn will help clients to save a lot of money on data sourcing costs.
In a statement, Dialtel CEO Erik Scanlan said, “We are continually increasing value to our Voice Broadcasting Service. By offering free data to our clients we will save them a lot of money on data sourcing costs. We hope that our customers will decide to use that cost savings to spend more money on creating leads with our Hosted Dialer.”
Dialtel comes with various different campaign styles to meet its client’s individual needs. It also conducts polls, surveys, mass notifications, live transfers and voicemail leads.
The company works in closely with its customers, assisting them with putting together customized data sets, scripts, and marketing strategies which can be deployed throughout multiple campaigns. Business data that Dialtel sources for its clients offer many filters which can be used to build more targeted lists. Clients are recommended to use the voicemail leads campaign style for generating additional leads, as they are less intrusive to a small business and it will allow them to quickly leave their name and phone number in order to follow-up in the near future.
Currently, Dialtel is working on targeting many industries and providing ideas to its clients on how they can best market themselves to their respective vertical.
In related news, TMCnet recently reported that Dialtel has plans to release a mass notification service for the rapid delivery of voice messages.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein