IVM Telephone Answering Attendant


License: Free to try
Downloads: 15
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2008
Last updated: 2011-09-26
File size: 1 MB
Publisher: NCH Software
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If your computer is connected to a telephone line, a voice modem, or has VoIP capabilities, you can use IVM Telephone Answering Attendant in order to automate your call answering service. The program will give you the chance to create an interactive telephone response system, which will help you to serve the needs of your customers while you save time. It can accommodate as many as 64 telephone lines at the same time, and you can save the incoming messages in WAV format. You can automate outbound messages and calls so that you have time to focus on other matters. Access your details remotely.

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Visitor: mike
I was wondering why I didn't have any calls. I called the line on my cell phone and watched it NOT PICK UP!!! I spent an hour trying to get it to work and realized that I should dump this horrible program and try another. DL ez voice... it works!
General rate: Negative
Visitor: NoeRodS
With this product you can program and automated responses from clients (callers), you need to learn how to work with this because it has many of interesting features to have the jobe done !
General rate: Positive
Visitor: nobnob
Installed it, worked better than other interactive voice systems I've tried right away. I think this one is a keeper!
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Brian
This program has some very nice features like Caller ID logging and forwarding messages as email.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Hussein Patwa
I'd seen this problem some time ago but decided now to try it out. It works great! Took a couple of reads of the advanced part of the help manual to get the gist of how it worked, but after a half hour of recording messages and options and setting them all up in IVM, I've now got a nice menu system - makes it easier to find messages as I run a business from home, and marketing queries from the local window company and guys trying to sell me kitchens go to one folders, my personal friends messages to another, and all business calls to a third. I'm in the process of setting up the digit entry system so I can take people's phone numbers to call them back, and I'm working on a way to have people speak their name and then move on to give other details. Now if I can only get this system to work with VoipCheap I'll be very happy as then I can have it divert to other numbers when I'm away. It's well worth the money, and the setup time and effort - if like me you're on a wireless network at home you'll have to invest in a modem (I recommend external modems) and phone cabling, but it's well worth it as I said. Hussein.
General rate: Positive