News : UMass Memorial Selects Fonolo Call-Back Solution
Toronto, ON, Dec 9, 2014 -- Fonolo, the company that replaces hold time with a call-back, announced that UMass Memorial Health Care has implemented its call-back solution to offer an improved call center experience for its patients.
UMass Memorial is committed to providing the best possible experience for their patients. By adding Fonolo’s In-Call Rescue solution to its call center, patients can now choose to "press 1 to receive a call-back" rather than wait on hold, without losing their place in line. When their turn arrives, the patient’s phone will ring and there will be a live agent on the line.
In order to comply with strict privacy and security requirements, UMass Memorial deployed Fonolo's turn-key Appliances, allowing all voice data to stay on-premise while still using the convenience and efficiency of the cloud.
"We’re thrilled to be a part of the long-term patient engagement strategy at UMass Memorial," said Shai Berger, CEO, Fonolo. "Our mission at Fonolo is to make it easy for call centers to add features like call-backs, virtual queuing and visual IVR with minimal effort. The immediate delivery of results highlights the advantages of our proprietary cloud-based approach."
UMass Memorial Health Care began offering Fonolo’s call-back service to its patients in May, 2014.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Friday, December 12, 2014