DialMyCalls In The News - Page #1
Featured here are articles published by the most reputable national and international media. These articles have been gathered through the years of operation of our company and are being constantly updated.
AmericanExpress.com - March 19, 2020
DialMyCalls has a dozen employees in Florida and Texas, with half of them already remote. Batchelor says that to prepare the entire staff for the possibility of going remote, the company engaged employees to come up with a plan that will work for everyone.
Click2Houston.com - December 9, 2019
With the help of technology, it’s now easier than ever to deliver the list to the man in red who lives at the North Pole.
SmallBusinessBonfire.com - December 6, 2019
It may seem obvious, but it’s important to keep in mind just how prevalent text messages are. People of all ages and walks of life regularly use text messages to communicate — so why should businesses be any different?
Robotiq.com - November 19, 2019
The truth is, workplace communication is not only a requirement but a vital one for every company. Since different employees have different ways of thinking and different characteristics, it’s hard to develop a consistent workplace communication.
Business2Community.com - November 16, 2019
There’s a reason why more and more companies are turning to text support for their customers. SMS customer service messaging is incredibly convenient for both customers and businesses.
Socialbrite.org - November 4, 2019
In the same way that a well-designed and current website can draw donors, consistent communication can keep existing donors coming back to give time and time again.
Helpjuice.com - October 30, 2019
Imagine, for example, that you want to notify a specific group of customers about a new special promotion that is only available to them. Instead of having your reps call customers one by one, you can use DialMyCalls to broadcast a message.
Smartmeetings.com - October 25, 2019
The secret to handling an emergency well is preparing to communicate effectively. This communication plan can’t be determined in the heat of the moment. The following three steps can aid in developing an effective emergency communication plan to keep everyone at an event safe.
EmergingEdTech.com - October 22, 2019
In many cases, cell phones in the classroom can be a hassle and a distraction. However, writing them off completely ignores the fact that they are a uniquely-suited tool for communication between teachers and students.