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News : Fonative Supplies Ontario Systems with Entity Calling Powered by Numeracle

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Lowell, MA, USA, Feb. 11, 2020 -- Fonative, a Compliant Communications company, announced the live customer deployment of its Trusted Entity Calling solution by a Fonative customer, Ontario Systems, a provider of receivables management software to healthcare providers, ARM agencies, and government collections departments. This solution is powered by Numeracle™, a provider of robocall blocking and labeling visibility in the calling ecosystem.

"Since adding Trusted Entity Calling we have seen a measurable increase in the call completion rate in the first month of use," said Rip Harris, Ontario Systems' Director of Product Management. "This bodes well as our call center customers need to be able to reach the people they call. Given the rise in robocalls, and numbers being marked as suspicious, having the means to make the outbound numbers trusted will only help their bottom line."

Fonative's Trusted Entity Calling provides customers with phone number registration to increase the connect rate on outbound calls, resulting in more and more effective customer conversations. To accomplish this, Fonative deployed Numeracle's NumeraCert™ and NumeraList™ solutions to vet and verify trust in the calling party's identity and register phone numbers across the wireless ecosystem.

"We're here to provide a path and a process for legal, compliance-focused entities, like Ontario Systems and its customers, to identify themselves as 'trusted' across the call delivery ecosystem," said Rebekah Johnson, Numeracle founder and CEO. "Through this process, we're also able to identify fraudulent actors and prevent those types of entities from registering phone numbers through our platform and further dissolving trust in voice communications."

"With carriers and the FCC cracking down on robocalling, it's now critical to be bringing services like this to the market that validate, and certify, legitimate callers," said Steve Smith, Founder and CEO of Fonative. The FTC's recent letters warning voice service providers of the consequences of assisting with the delivery of illegal robocalls is evidence that a dedication to watchful compliance will be even more critical in 2020.

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Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent

About Fonative:
Company LogoFonative helps businesses connect with customers through voice and text, providing compliant communications as a Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS). The company's technology enables developers to easily incorporate calling and messaging capabilities into business applications, without the need to maintain servers, infrastructure, network, and telecommunication carriers.
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About Ontario Systems:
Company LogoOntario Systems, LLC is a leading provider of accounts receivable and strategic receivables management solutions for the collections and healthcare industries. Offering a full portfolio of software, services, and business process expertise, Ontario Systems customers include nine of the 10 largest collections agencies, and three of the five biggest health systems in the U.S., with 55,000 representatives in more than 500 locations. To learn more about how Ontario Systems can help power up your receivables, visit, or email info(at)ontariosystems(dot)com.
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