|Last Update:||October 20th 2006|
|Author:||Mobisophy Technologies, Inc.|
|License:||Provided with purchase|
|Requirements:||Symbian v9.1 and above|
|ID's:||HID: 198417, AAID: 16506|
What's personal IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
IVR is a technology to detect remote callers' key press sequence and respond them by pre-defined actions. In general, these jobs are done by IVR embedded hardware or more powerful computers. For example, Most of companies' corporate telephony systems are powered by IVR. So you can press key to choose extension number of those who you want to connect to or an operator to handle your call, or choose to leave a message when callees are absence. Another live example is interactive information centers. They are used for Do-It-Yourself information inquire on plain phone calls.
IVCM's call control management features
• Up to seven response methods for incoming callers
When an incoming voice or video callers in a specific list or phonebook, there are up to seven response methods for selection:
Notice: Both parties will hear a beep every five seconds when call record is processing. These beeps are generated by you phone automatically and can't be muted by software. It is used to remind both parties of recording conversation.
• Flexible, unlimited profiles
You can divide callers into up to seven groups, including five groups divided by phonebook or customizable lists, a group for callers not in above lists or phonebook and a group for private number callers. Then assign any response method above to any one group and save these configurations as a "profile". You can create unlimited profiles as you wish.
• Powerful scheduler
You can configure to activate any profile automatically at appointed time with a built-in scheduler. For example, Activating "Office" profile at 9:00am and "Off duty" profile at 7:00pm. Activating "Holiday" profile on Saturday and Sunday, etc...
IVCM's Personal Interactive Playback Assistant (PIPA) features
Powered by our IVR technology, Personal Interactive Playback Assistant (PIPA) can detect remote caller's key pressing and response them with any sound, music or pre-defined action. You can image PIPA as an interactive and rich-featured ringback tone. For example, when your family or friends are calling you or called by you. Your phone will:
• IVR scenario
PIPA is driven by IVR scenarios. You need various IVR scenarios to enable IVCM to respond remote callers interactively. In general, you can create IVR scenarios by yourself in IVCM. In the future, you can also download pre-defined IVR scenarios from our website.
You can get a user guide at http://www.mobisophy.com/ivcm/ivcm_s60_3rd_v1.51_userguide.pdf
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