Jason Myers

Jason Myers stitches together letters and words into cogent thoughts as the Copywriter at Plum Voice.

Case Study: How to Use IVR as a Hub for All Your Voice-Based Customer Service Needs

There’s something to be said for organization, and the more pieces that are in play the greater need to keep everything orderly. When we’re talking about managing high volume phone calls interactive voice response is the manna for your trek through the desert. One of the great things about using an IVR to centralize incoming …

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Just Say No to Resets: Seamless Customer Experience in Omni-Channel Communications

Omni-channel communications appeal to a lot of companies. And it makes sense that they do. Having that type of power at your disposal allows businesses to meet customers on their turf. While this means there are more channels to manage, when done right, the benefit is that omni-channel communications create a better customer experience. Omni-Channel …

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Disruption or Evolutionary Inevitability? Making the Move to the Cloud

What is disruption? It’s a buzz words that is bandied about like crazy in the tech world today. A lot of people set their sites on disruption but few actually achieve it. When you think of disruption as a paradigm shift that alters the way an industry functions, when it does occur the fallout can …

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To Code or Not to Code: A Comparative Guide to Building Voice Applications Using VoiceXML and Drag-and-Drop Technology

Know Your Options When you’re driving in the car you can opt for any number of routes to get from point A to point B. The most direct path or the scenic route both have their advantages. Regardless of which one you choose, as long as you arrive at your destination it doesn’t matter which …

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Why APIs are Key to Successful Cloud-Based Solutions

The Compatibility Quandary When adopting a new piece of technology one of the concerns that anyone involved with the project has is whether the new solution will play nicely with what is already in place. How many potential technology purchases have died on the vine because of the “I” word? Integration. When we’re talking about …

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PaaS with a Side of SaaS: Breaking Down the “aaS” Hierarchy

Alphabet Soup Studying the New Deal is often an exercise in processing acronyms. More than one university professor has accurately described all the programs created during that period as alphabet soup. Heck, even the president who oversaw the New Deal is referred to by his initials–FDR. Naturally, between the FDIC, WPA, TVA, PWA, AAA, RA, …

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5 Innovative Approaches to Automated Communications that Improve Efficiency

On December 1, 1913, Henry Ford unveiled what was arguably his most important invention. No, it wasn’t a new vehicle; Ford’s game changer was the moving-chassis assembly line. This foray into industrial automation reduced the build time on a Model T from twelve hours to two-and-a-half hours. Obviously, this meant that Ford could produce more …

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