GVenture Technology announces the development of Power Dialer in Angular

GVenture announces its new development in the field of Power Dialer. The power Dialer is meant to cover all of the leads through auto-dial or click-to-call. The panel has been made with the help of asterisk and its UI has been developed in Angular
NEW YORK - Sept. 25, 2018 - PRLog -- GVenture being the topmost agencies for the development in VoIP have announced that they will be developing the power dialer which in future can be used by the telemarketing, career builder, hospitals, telemarketing etc. The power dialer tends to be covering all the major aspect of the dialer and fulfilling all of the needs of the business perspective.

A power dialer is an automated phone dialing panel that connects contacts with agents with more proficiently by enabling agents to focus around live connections rather than manual dialing. A power dialer contrasts from a progressive or predictive dialer in that it uses a physically designed calls-to-agent ratio.

Power Dialer dials a list of numbers in a steady progression when the caller is as of now active on the line at the time of the call. In the list, if a number is busy or doesn't get connected, it promptly dials the following phone number in the list. There is no probability of a dropped call as it dials one number after the other. Along these lines expands the amount of time the agents spend on conversing with prospects as opposed to dialing numbers, bringing about more contacts every hour.

Benefits included are:

Use any web-browser.

Log in from any of the browsers by just simply entering the credentials in the login panel. Make calls from any phone be it landline, mobile, or VoIP softphone. Set Caller ID (or dynamic Local ID), Choose leads, make one call into the bridge, and let the call gets started.

Delay-free connections

There will be the detection of answering machine which means there will be no longer awkward silence. With this dialer, agent will be hearing every lead say "hello" as when there will be AMD it will send only the voice message. Calls start off with promise, no hang-ups.

Easily manage and nurture leads

Use a power dialer to manage contacts and activity history, send emails, add notes and tags, schedule appointments or callback, and more all right from the same single dialer.

Grows with your team

Add and remove seats as needed. The admin dashboard of this panel makes it easy to manage agents, track performance, and share content and configurations to get new agents dialing quickly.

Newest Technology

Asterisk and Angular being the topmost technology for VoIP implementation and Angular being the latest for the user interface has been implemented in the power dialer.

Take the "slog" out of sales calls

The power dialer dials as much as leads the user want per hour. Time-consuming tasks like voicemail, email, and SMS's can be masterfully streamlined so agents spend more time on the phone closing the deals.

Bypass busy numbers dropped calls and bad numbers

The numbers which won't be dialed will be transferred to the disposition so that the agent can manage the contact list into the appointment schedule, the caller was not interested, the number wasn't connected or callback some other time.

About GVenture

GVenture Technology ( https://www.gventure.us/ ) welcomes inquiries from interested carriers and service providers for its open source based affordable VoIP solutions. There is a number of dialers who can be customized or developed. The predictive dialer, power dialer or auto dialer are the one which will be developed.

Contact them at:

Phone: +1(914) 580-6760

Email Id: info@gventure.us

Website: www.gventure.us

address: Street 244, Madison Avenue, P.O. 10016-2817,

New York City, New York, United States

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