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GnuDialer - Complete Predictive Dialer!

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GnuDialer is a complete predictive dialer for contact centers. Written in c++. It's a multi-process OOP. GnuDialer supports inbound, outbound, blended, preview, and auto campaigns. The agent can dispo, hangup, pause, conference and record calls.

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    InterCloud9's Predictive Dialer and call center solution provides industry leading dialing capabilities and a robust call distribution platform which handles both inbound and outbound calling capabilities. Our Cloud Based Calling Solution provides an integrated CRM, first in class reporting, call recording and a real time agent monitoring system for remote multi user environments. intercloud9.com

    Posted 03/02/2013
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Web-based

Programming Language

C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP

Registered

2005-01-15

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