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A Rolling Stone Salesperson Gathers No Moss: Trade Show Recap

The GM Voices Merry Traveling Band Keeps Flying This Fall Starting in September, it seemed like the GM Voices sales team was constantly traveling to different trade shows. Their calendars were packed with events, but that didn’t stop them from … Continue reading

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SpeechTEK 2015 Recap

The Man with No Booth Goes Roaming, Makes New Friends Back in August, SpeechTEK celebrated its 20-year anniversary in New York City. Of course, as a longtime attendee, we weren’t about to miss this important milestone! So, Jay Steinworth, GM … Continue reading

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GM Voices Partners with AVDS

GM Voices Adds a World-Class Technology Provider to Its Partner Portfolio If you haven’t heard about our newest partnership, we’ll gladly break the news to you here! GM Voices is pleased to announce its partnership with Automated Voice and Data … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Our IVR Workshop! Next Stop: Las Vegas, September 22-23

GMV and EIG Keep the IVR Workshops Rolling in 2015 The power couple of Enterprise Integration Group and GM Voices are stopping at nothing to bring you more informative IVR workshops this year, educating attendees on how they can deliver … Continue reading

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Outlining the Basics: Creating an IVR Script in a Different Language

Learn How to Write an IVR Script That Works for Your Target Language Audience It isn’t difficult to put an IVR script together, right? Actually, the process is more involved than you may think, especially when developing an application that … Continue reading

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Call Center Week 2014 Recap

It Was Great Speaking with You at Aspect Customer Experience Conference 2014! GM Voices’ Director of Business Development, Jay Steinworth, didn’t have a booth at this show but that didn’t prevent him from talking with over 150 attendees. His networking … Continue reading

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SOCAP International’s 2014 Symposium Recap

It Was Great Speaking with You at SOCAP International 2014! In the Queen City, Jay Steinworth and Rachel Hembree spoke with business professionals at the event and heard some motivational words from the opening keynote speaker, Seth Mattison on what … Continue reading

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Interactions 2014 Recap

It Was Great Speaking with You at ININ Interactions 2014! From the standing ovation Aron Ralston received to Jay Beaer’s insightful and humorous advice, GM Voices’ Account Managers Rachel Hembree and Winnie Bolam, had an excellent experience at Interactions 2014! … Continue reading

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G-Force Americas 2014 Recap

It Was Great Speaking with You at G-Force 2014! Two of our team members – Account Manager Winnie Bolam and Director of Business Development Jay Steinworth – thoroughly enjoyed networking with attendees at the welcome reception cocktail party, the Mardi … Continue reading

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Is Your Company’s “Jersey” Sending the Wrong Message?

Update Your IVR System with a Professional Voice and Score a Goal with Your Customers Have you been watching the World Cup? Did you see the Ghana soccer team run onto the field wearing the United States jersey when they … Continue reading

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