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CallFire’s Medical Services Webinar Week: From the Waiting Room to Accounts Receivable, CallFire's Cloud Telephony Solutions are Just What the Doctor Ordered
Date:7/11/2013

Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) July 11, 2013

As a medical professional or someone in the medical industry, there continues to be a need for improvement when handling administrative and communicative tasks.

CallFire provides simple and easy-to-use texting and calling solutions that improve the way doctors communicate with patients. CallFire’s customizable Voice Broadcast and SMS text messaging solutions allow medical professionals to set appointment reminders within minutes, notify patients about results, send out appointment cancellation alerts in the event of an emergency, send payment reminders to overdue accounts, and more.

Also, with CallFire’s IVR (Interactive Voice Response), direct incoming calls can easily be forwarded to the right person avoiding confusion.

Medical professionals that need to advertise such as dentists, plastic surgeons, or dermatologists, can learn how CallFire’s Call Tracking solution can save money on the ads that are underperforming.

CallFire’s team of sales and operational specialists will demonstrate how to create campaigns with these different products that will streamline telecommunication system. All of this can be done with no monthly or yearly subscription fees and the competitive prices that will keep stress low.

During these webinars, learn how to:
1. Create a campaign
2. Understand the importance of Opting-In
3. Send thousands of Voice Broadcasts and SMS Text Messages instantly
4. Track and analyze the effectiveness of each product in your campaign

Additionally, CallFire customers who are able to create their own SMS campaign after listening to our webinar, and who provide a mailing address, will receive a free promotional prize!

CallFire, an Inc. 500 company, has demonstrated its versatile and affordable technology as a leader in the cloud telephony industry serving thousands of customers in insurance, sales, marketing, government, non-profit, politics, and in many more enterprise level applications.

About CallFire: Since 2004, CallFire has simplified telephony, making sophisticated, carrier class telecom capabilities available through an affordable, easy-to-use GUI and API platform. Any business, from startup to enterprise, can reach its customers on any device, using text messaging or voice, with CallFire’s massively scalable, cloud telecom platform and SMS gateway. CallFire products include Voice APIs, Business Text Messaging, Voice Broadcast, Local Phone Numbers, Toll Free Numbers, IVR, Power Dialing for agents and more. Call analytics enable CallFire’s more than 100,000 users to reach customers more often using call tracking, virtual phone service, dialers, and mobile messaging.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10921576.htm.


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