Did you know that the Obama campaign spent more than $2 billion dollars to win his second Presidential election? It sounds like a lot, doesn’t it. And the VoIP industry saw a huge chunk of that money, mainly from the predictive dialer services. Many polls are still conducted via phone and that’s how those election numbers on the news are generated on a daily basis as the election draws near.
Four years later, the VoIP telecommunications world is gearing up again for another American presidential election and the predictive dialer needs that will be required. V1 VoIP carriers and providers enjoy being able to pass the traffic to those calls about who you would vote for in an election. Sure they are annoying, especially when they interrupt dinner, but to V1 VoIP predictive dialer traffic providers, they sound like money.
Predictive dialers are also used in large call centers, automatically dials calls and screens them for no-answers, busy signals and answering machines. , etc. When an answering machine picks up, a recorded message is left or the call is skipped. When a live person answers, the V1 VoIP predictive dialer hands the call off to a volunteer and produces a pop-up screen for the volunteer, providing the dialed person’s name and address. Imagine the boost in productivity campaigns get when volunteers aren’t spending most of their time dialing phones and listening to them ring! What’s more, the virtual nature of the system means that your campaign volunteers can work from anywhere there’s an internet connection.
If you are interested in providing predictive dialer traffic for the 2016 presidential election, contact V1 VoIP today. Over a year away, this field of candidates is making the race interesting for voters (thanks Trump and Hilary!), so traffic is only going to go up in spikes as next November draws near.