What is Voice Broadcasting
Voice broadcasting is a mass communication technique, begun in the 1990s, that broadcasts telephone messages to hundreds or thousands of call recipients at once. This technology has both commercial and community applications. Voice broadcast users can contact targets (whether they be members, subscribers, constituents, employees, or customers) almost immediately. When used by government authorities, it may be known as an emergency notification system (since such notifications are intended only for use in emergencies).
Voice broadcast systems manage a database of phone lists as well as digitally recorded phone messages. Using telephony components, these computers can simultaneously broadcast thousands of phone messages. Personalized information can be included in the phone messages through the integration of text-to-speech software.
Use Voice Broadcast to send important alerts, promotions, updates, and notifications to customers, employees, voters, and more. It’s an easy and cost-effective way to reach more people in less time. Voice broadcast has numerous applications spanning across industries. It’s simple to setup and adds a personal touch to your communications.
Voice broadcasting is a great way to reach out to customers who do not have mobile phones or internet access. You can upload your own voice recording or use our text-to-speech feature, which includes a wide variety of languages. If the call is not answered, you can choose to leave a personalized message.
You can use the voice tool to send automated reminder messages to customers letting them know that it is time for an oil change or membership renewal. You can also use automated voice calls to provide details about an upcoming event or contest.