Predictive Dialer Vs Auto Dialer
When computer telephony integration began in the late 1990s, software was developed to automatically dial telephone numbers for call center agents waiting for the next customer to join. The original Auto Dialer software is an electronic device that automatically dials a phone number, plays a pre-recorded message, and connects the caller to a living person. When computer telephony integration was in its infancy, the prediction software dialed multiple numbers simultaneously, switched agents on to only accept calls, and routed additional automated outgoing calls after the agent had finished the current one.
The car phone selects one contact at a time, and the agent must prepare a note or sales script for each dial, with notes and sales scripts.
The prediction software predicts when the agent will be ready to answer the next call and dial the number on his behalf, pending availability. It analyzes the call, discards all negative messages that go through the system (only actual calls answered by real people), and tells you when it will be available, based on comparing the state of its current call with data collected from its call history. Predictive dialers also calculate when call center agents make calls based on an algorithm that specifies how to make contact.
If the call center is busy, many agents are having a conversation, or the predictor knows that an agent is nearing the end of a call, he will slow down or adjust his range. PredictiveDialers start calling phone numbers as quickly as possible to ensure high efficiency, even before the agent has even gone to bed on the first call. If only one call is answered simultaneously, the dialers will transmit this call to a live agent; they will not call multiple numbers simultaneously. Their systems will miss the target for calls with match, and their system will “match” calls with live agents.
If no agents are available, the agent will be available at the end of the call, even if he is in the middle of a conversation with another agent or another room.
If there are multiple active calls at a time, the Predictive Dialer needs the support of a team that can handle the call. If you have a large team that can handle calls, you don’t have to have two or more agents on the phone simultaneously or even multiple agents.
Predictive dialers can dial multiple numbers simultaneously, which means there should always be enough agents to handle the call when the dialer receives multiple live connections.
If you want to maximize the productivity of your sales staff, Autoverdialer and Predictive Dialer are the best sales dialer for you. Both Auto Dialer and Predictive Dialer do repetitive and mundane tasks that should otherwise be done by sales staff. Eliminate repeated tasks and let your representatives focus on maintaining excellent communication.
Predictive dialers act as the backbone of the sales process, while their manual dialer covers the pain points your agents face. To fully utilize your sales team, predictive dialers continuously adjust the automatic call rate.
If only a fraction of the dials is answered, the predictive dialer can dial up to three lines at a time until an agent is available. For example, suppose 1 / 3 of all numbers entered in the dialer-list are expected to answer the phone. In that case, a PredictiveDialer dials four numbers based on the probability that at least one will answer. If 1 of 3 dials is answered, it may dial three more lines and so on until all numbers on your phone are answered.
When an agent calls a customer, the Predictive Dialer System will use an algorithm based on past calls to determine when the agent will terminate the current call. If you dial ahead, instead of dialing one number after another, the dialer and software will switch from “one number” to “many.” PredictiveDialers can dial multiple calls simultaneously, based on a 1: 1 ratio between the number of numbers on your phone and your agent’s number.
Predictive Dialers can dial multiple numbers at once and connect to your agent at any time when the call is answered. PredictiveDialers differ from automatic dialers in that they can dial multiple phone numbers simultaneously.
They can determine in real-time the exact time at which they can dial different phone numbers at any time. With advanced algorithms, a predictive dialer can predict the availability of your agent, and in no time at all, a living person will answer your call.
Even with a prediction dialer, you automatically dial multiple numbers and connect the agent to the first response. You can predict how many numbers to dial to connect to 5 customers, so all five agents are available in the next moment. If an agent shows a willingness to accept your next call, you can dial another number.