Interactive Voice Response (IVR) is a phone system application that prompts callers with recorded messages and options and processes voice input and/or touch-phone keypad selections from these menus. The IVR script responds to this input by providing appropriate information in the form of voice answer or provides a connection to a “live” operator.
Telephone Hold Messages (THM) are messages played when the caller is put on hold. THM are also called On-hold messages. Primary purpose of these kinds of messages is to engage the client when he is put on hold especially if they are on hold for a long period of time, THM are an innovative way of advertising the company as well as providing relevant information.
An IVR are a set of prompts that allow the caller to choose from a set of options which directs them the particular department, In companies where there are multiple departments IVR makes it easy to direct calls; while THM are messages played while the caller is placed on hold. These messages are informative and draw the caller’s attention to features of the company and are a great way of promoting their services.
IVR and THM are two separate kinds of productions and hence are charged accordingly. The cost varies based on the number of pages in the script and the time involved in editing.
Well, which company can boost of having done productions in various sectors for over 1800+ recordings all over GCC? Audio 52 does! We have successfully served some of the big names in UAE and GCC from sectors varying from Oil and Gas Industry, Construction, Hotels, Trading companies, Hospitals you name it and we have produced IVR and THM systems which have not only alleviated their business but have also made front desk operations much smoother.

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