Why the Government Uses Call Center Technology
Government Call Center Solutions
What Are the Benefits?
Elections are looming. Constituents want responses to their phone calls, letters, or emails. A proposition may pass unless the troops are mobilized. Mailers, emails, and door-to-door approaches are limited and costly. Phone calls are too expensive and labor intensive. For all of these reasons and more, the government has started using virtual call center solutions.
Ultimately, virtual call centers have the potential to facilitate better service provision. Government departments are becoming more and more interested in using call centers as an e-governance tool. Call center solutions can provide the government with opportunities to deliver better services to citizens.
Government call center solutions allow you to record the message you want to send in your own voice so the public can become familiar with not only your name, but also with your voice. TCN’s computerized call engines contact thousands in minutes and play your pre-recorded message as soon as a person or answering machine picks up the phone. It is by far the most economical and speedy way to get your message, name, cause, and voice out there.
Here in the United States, the US Federal General Services Administration (GSA) and other government departments chose call center solutions for Government to enable telecommuting as the key to their carbon imprint reduction, disaster recovery, and accessibility initiatives.