VoiceShot offers web-based voice broadcasting, text messaging, appointment reminders, virtual office phone systems, a virtual receptionist, and XML voice alert and notification services. VoiceShot IVR (Interactive Voice Response) allows users to automate both incoming and outgoing phone calls and to send and receive text messages via REST API. This means that developers can integrate IVR functions with their own applications and websites to send notifications, automate customer service, convey order statuses, and more.
Of the many APIs we published this week, nine were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those nine, which included the VoiceShot API. VoiceShot IVR (Interactive Voice Response) allows the automation of incoming and outgoing phone calls and sending and receiving text messages for application developers. This provides developers with a means to automate customer service and customize their application experience. To learn more about the VoiceShot API visit the VoiceShot site as well as the VoiceShot API blog post.
When it comes to winning customers and keeping them satisfied, communication is key. Integrating phone calls and text messages into an application or website is one way to stay actively in touch, and VoiceShot is a tool to help make that possible. VoiceShot IVR (Interactive Voice Response) provides the tools to quickly automate both incoming and outgoing phone calls and send and receive text messages. The VoiceShot API allows developers to integrate this IVR functionality with their own websites and applications.