Connected to a PBX via SIP or analog extensions, the IVR receives calls transferred by attendants to start the evaluation process of the telephone service.
When answering the call the IVR presents an initial greeting, features up to 9 questions and, ultimately, displays a message of thanks.
All voice messages presented to users can be changed by you at any time, without intervention of Informatec.
When you disconnect the connection information is automatically exported, via web service and/or text-file, for consumption by third-party software.
An example of usage is:
Your opinion is very important to improve our services.
For each question type 1-5, 5-great 4-good 3-regular, 2-bad, 1-no opinion.
- How do you evaluate the service provided by our Helpline?
- What rating would you call the clerk of this connection?
- Generally what your level of satisfaction with the deadline for settlement of your claim?
- How do you evaluate the waiting time of our Helpline?
Low operating cost The Informatec Satisfaction Survey IVR was developed to provide the maximum resource capacity at the lowest possible cost, and low hardware requirements to run.
Connection to the PBX The computer that runs the IVR software can be connected to the PBX either via SIP extensions as via analog extensions. In this case FXO interface in needed between the PBX and the computer.
Sound files All sound files presented by the IVR can be changed at any time. Files are accepted in formats wave and vox.
9 Questions The IVR may have 1 to 9 questions, and lets you specify the possible answers for each question.
1-digit answers The answer to each question is always 1-digit, from 0 to 9, to make it easier for the end-user.
Export results At the end of the call responses are automatically armzenadas to be consumed by a third program for the analysis of information (such as Excel, for example) and/or sent to an external web service.
HTML reports You can issue full HTML reports directly within the IVR, including filtering to help you find the information you are looking for.
Virtualization The IVR software can run virtualized via form, for example, Microsoft Hyper V, Oracle Virtual Box, VMWare and XenServer.
- Intel Core i7 or superior
- 4 GB RAM or more
- Windows 10 or 8 or 7 (Pro o superior), Windows Server 2008 or 2012, 32 or 64 bits
- HD 200 GB SATA 7200 RPM or superior
- Network interface 10/100 or superior
- connection via SIP (TCP or UDP) or analog extensions