PromptVoice Blog

The PromptVoice team share their insights into multi-lingual recordings for contact centres and telephony systems.

Hosted on Hold from PromptVoice

Designed technically and commercially to suit a channel route to market, the Hosted On-Hold platform takes the delivery of on-hold messaging and music to a revolutionary level. With a straightforward charging structure, music and messages from a library of over 2,000 generic scripts or unlimited bespoke recordings can be streamed on demand to telephone systems and contact centres. 

Mark Winter

Is Licensed Music Always the Right Choice?

When you’re looking at your audio brand, associating yourself with licensed music does have a lot to recommend it and that can extend to the on-hold and in-queue experience of your customers. There’s the bonus that callers recognise the music and there’s all that positive association you’re getting around singers and bands that your customers know and love.

Laura Maddocks

3 Top Tips for Creative Messaging

Have you ever been put off calling a company because you simply didn’t want to sit through the painful IVR?  You dial the number, only to be welcomed by an unenthusiastic robot stating that your call is important. The robotic voice gives you a confusing list of options, leaving you to choose the one that you think will best fit your needs. As you wait, elevator music from the 60’s fails to entertain, before you’re finally connected to a real person. 

Megan Lockhurst

Exciting times ahead for Dial Direct UK Ltd following their partnership with PromptVoice

Dial Direct UK Ltd are pleased to announce a partnership with PromptVoice, the leading telephony voice prompt company.

Laura Maddocks

Finding the right Accent for your Brand

Its’s interesting how accents can reflect how we think and feel about someone on an interpersonal level. After all a person’s accent is part of their identity and can often carry certain stereotypes with the slang they use or the inflection in their voice.  For example: stereotypically, a New Yorker may come across as sharp or even rude. A British RP (Received Pronunciation) accent can feel sophisticated and proper whilst a Yorkshire accent can appear friendly and more trustworthy.  With such an array of accents to choose from which one should you consider for your company’s telephony system and is it important to use certain regional terms or tones to engage with your target audience?

Megan Lockhurst

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