IVR balance recharge

This IVR diagram example depicts the IVR balance recharge. "IVR systems are typically intended to service high call volumes, reduce cost and improve the customer experience. Examples of typical IVR applications are telephone banking, televoting, and credit card services. Companies also use IVR services to extend their business hours to 24/7 operation. The use of IVR and voice automation allows callers' queries to be resolved without the need for queueing and incurring the cost of a live agent. If callers do not find the information they need or require further assistance, their calls are often transferred to an agent. This makes for a more efficient system in which agents have more time to deal with complex interactions. The agents do not deal with basic inquiries that require yes/no responses or obtaining customer details. ... Other common IVR services include: (1) Mobile — Pay-As-You-Go account funding; registration; mobile purchases, such as ring tones and logos; (2) Banking — balance, payments, transfers, transaction history; (3) Retail & Entertainment — orders, bookings, credit & debit card payments; (4) Utilities — meter readings; account look-up, history and balance, payment, consumption history; (5) Travel — ticket booking, flight information, check-in; (6) Weather forecasts, water, road and ice conditions." [Interactive voice response. Wikipedia] The IVR diagram example "IVR balance recharge" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Interactive Voice Response Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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