Technician to Client Call Recording

January 18, 2016

Note: our call recording feature has been updated since this post, please also read Call Recording Update 1.

 

Introduction

 

Starting today, PowerDispatch Lite customers can record calls between the technician and the client, thus improving client retention and closing rates. 


The “Record Phone Calls” permission costs $9 per technician per month plus Twilio usage per Twilio pricing. You must setup Twilio on your PowerDispatch account in order to make use of this feature.

 

Introduction Special

Enjoy the “Record Phone Calls” feature until the end of january 2016 with no additonal charge to your PowerDispatch subscription, (Twilio usage charges apply through Twilio.)

 

Note: our call recording feature has been updated since this post, please also read Call Recording Update 1.

Recording

 

We’ve implemented recording by hiding the client’s phone number from the technician and instead we’ve added a Call Client button and a Call Job Menu button to the Technician Portal:


Call Client (button) -  When a technician has the record phone calls permission turned on under technician settings he will no longer see the client’s phone number in the message or in the technician portal.  Instead he will place the call by clicking on the Call Client button and he will recieve a call from the system to create the connection with the client.  

Call Job Menu (button) - The Call Job Menu option will allow the technician to interact with your company using an IVR (Interactive Voice Response.) The call job menu option will only appear if the IVR option is enabled on Twilio settings under Integrations. This option will enable your technician to listen to his jobs and manage them from his custom IVR. 

You can add an optional pin for the technician to access the IVR Menu, (Technician Settings->Voice Pin)

 

Call Job Menu Options: