Yeastar S-Series VoIP PBX can be set up to automatically detect every phone conversation made on your phone. You can record all inbound and outbound calls free without charge.
Managing and monitoring call recordings offer your business several benefits including:
- Training opportunities
- Dispute resolution
- Reviewing meeting notes, confirming order details
- Compliance with regulations
- Customer satisfaction
The ability to listen in to calls or play them back later is a useful feature for many types of organizations. Read on for more details.
If your company has a sales team, you know that training new team members can be challenging and time consuming. The ability to listen in on sales calls with new hires makes the process easier by turning every client and customer conversation into a teaching moment.
You can also keep recorded calls on file to provide real-world examples of what to do and what not to do. Say you have a tough question that customers repeatedly ask over the phone, keep call recordings that show how other salespeople handled that scenario.
Live call monitoring allows you to coach on the spot and guide the call so that there are no missed opportunities.
Your best protection in a dispute with a customer is evidence.
With a call recording you don’t have to speculate. A review of the conversation in question can prove what actually happen and save you time by avoiding any he said, she said conflicting reports.
You’ll also be saving money trying to make a situation right if you can prove that your business didn’t over promise and under deliver. The ability to record calls can cut down on fraud, or at least prove that someone is trying to take advantage of your business.
Review and Confirmation
You know what happens in a conference call, people sometimes talk over one another as you’re furiously taking notes trying to document what was agreed upon. You then confer with colleagues after the call to confirm the details and even then, it’s not quite how you remember it.
With call recording you can just go back and listen to it again, on your own time. Hit pause to take notes and rewind it to hear something again. This way you don’t have to waste time and energy guessing what someone said.
The same goes for sales calls. You can avoid putting in the wrong order by listening to your call with the customer to confirm order details before anything ships out the door.
Depending on what industry that you’re in, government agencies may mandate that you record phone calls for compliance with their regulations.
Check with your local, state, or federal laws to see if call recording is mandatory for your business.
Call recording and monitoring allows you to ensure that your company’s core values, code of conduct, and goals are being met by all associates in your organization.
Informing customers that calls are being recorded for quality purposes will give them peace of mind that they’re being taken care of and that they’ll have recourse if service doesn’t live up to their expectations.
Call recording can help your business become more efficient, serve your customers better, reduce liabilities by counteracting fraud and disputes, and increase conversion rates on sales calls.
With call recording and monitoring, your business will gain access to invaluable information to pinpoint issues in your business and provide you with a great way to properly train your employees so that they’re performing their best and keeping customers happy.