Linux Voice Broadcasting
Voice Message Broadcasting
Voice broadcast systems from Database Systems Corp. (DSC) are comprised of computer phone systems, CTI (computer telephony integration) components, systems software and supporting call management software from Dialogic. Voice broadcast application development software libraries are supported for both Windows and Linux operating systems.
The DSC voice broadcast phone systems incorporate Dialogic computer telephony boards to handle the low-level processing of phone calls.
The voice broadcast application software is the final component that is the custom technology which manages each specific voice broadcast campaign.
Database Systems Corp. (DSC) has been a leading provider of inbound call answering solutions as well as voice and message broadcasting technology. Voice broadcast send pre-recorded voice messages to hundreds or thousands of call recipients at once.
A voice broadcast phone message can be delivered to either an answering machine or played to live individuals. If the voice broadcast system detects a busy signal or detemines that the call was not answered, it can schedule the call for later delivery.
Contact DSC to learn more about our Linux voice broadcast solutions and callings services.
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Corning utilizes our voice broadcast services in the management of their facilities. If an unexpected event occurs at one of Corning's manufacturing plants, a security guard can make one phone call to our center that initiates a process which sends voice messages to all affected Corning employees.
Linux Voice Broadcast Software
Linux voice broadcasting software from DSC allows developers to create custom applications affiliated with a calling campaign. When the call is delivered to an individual, an IVR software script can be invoked that leads the caller through menu options. These options include transfering the call to an operator or outside phone extension.
DSC also provides voice broadcast XML software that allows you to automatically initiate phone messages from another computer system or from a website.
The following are just a few of the features of our voice broadcast and IVR software.
- Digital T1 800 Number Support
- Analog Phone Line Support
- Client/Server Architecture
- Hearing Impaired TDD / TTY Phone Support
- Linux, Unix, and Windows API libraries
- DNIS Controlled
- Sample VB Reports
- Multiple Concurrent Programs
- Play Message and Prompt
- IVR Phone Key Input
- Play Music On Hold
- Call Outside Line and Transfer Call
- Call Outside Line and Prompt for Input
- Connect Caller to Outside party
- Record Messages and Store
- User Navigation and Selection
- Voice Mail
- Route Caller to Selected Agent Groups
- C or C++ Visural Basic library
- Database Access and Update
- Text To Speech Conversion (TTS)
- Mix Messages and Text
- Response Logging and Reports
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