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Published By: Ifbyphone, Inc.     Published Date: Jan 16, 2013
For many B2B marketers, IVR (interactive voice response) is now an integral piece of their campaigns. How are they using inbound and outbound IVR to generate and qualify phone leads? Would IVR help your lead gen efforts? Find out in this white paper.
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ivr, interactive voice response, b2b marketing, lead generation, lead scoring, lead qualifying, lead nurturing, scoring phone leads
    
Ifbyphone, Inc.
Published By: Ifbyphone, Inc.     Published Date: Feb 11, 2013
Have you tried voice broadcasting? Itís an automated phone call thatís an effective alternative to email. Marketing and Sales use voice broadcasts for appointment reminders, event promotion, customer surveys, and more. Learn more in this white paper.
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voice broadcasting, sales, marketing, phone, crm, reminders, event promotion, surveys
    
Ifbyphone, Inc.
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 06, 2015
Voice of the customer (VOC) is a market research technique defined as the process of capturing a customer's expectations, preferences and aversions. Ideally, Voice of the Customer analysis produces a detailed set of customer wants and needs that is prioritized by company objectives or strategic goals. What has changed significantly is the volume and number of data sources and channels, inclusive of mobile device, kiosk, POS and tablet that are able to feed into the analysis of contextual VOC information via enabling VOC software, services and technologies.
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market research, new technique, market analysis, customer preferences
    
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Published By: Cox Business     Published Date: Dec 19, 2016
Businesses need to plan for unforeseen events that can disrupt productivity, impair the customer experience, and possibly even threaten a businessís existence. A disruption every business needs to plan for is any event that destroys valuable data, inhibits access to data, or causes downtime of core applications. Consider the staggering amount of information your company stores electronically. What if an unforeseen event destroyed all financial records, client contacts, and application data? You wouldnít be able to send customers accurate invoices. Your marketing efforts might be undermined. You would lack key metrics for measuring quality, profitability, and more. The losses could be staggering. In every aspect of life, itís smart to plan for unexpected events. Thatís especially true for two plans every business must have: a disaster recovery plan and a business continuity plan.
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