|Quote-based||Monthly payment | One-time payment|
Freshcaller is a young, yet very promising call center and multi-level IVR solution that allows users to restructure and modernize their cloud-hosted support systems.
PlayVox is a provider of call center quality assurance, training, and collaboration software for multiple channels including live chat, phone calls, emails, and social media.
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PlayVox integrates with the following business systems and applications:
|List of Features|
List of Features
|Loupen||Google, Neustar, Thumbtack, XBOX ONE|
Freshcaller’s SMB and enterprise pricing information is available only upon request. Contact the company for more details, and ask for your quote.
These are the plans, SMB and enterprise pricing details of PlayVox:
QA Standard: $25/user/month (billed annually) + $3,000 one-time onboarding fee
QA Pro: $35/user/month + $5,000 one-time onboarding fee
QA Enterprise: $45/user/month + $7,000 one-time onboarding fee
|Learn more about Freshcaller pricing||Learn more about PlayVox pricing|
|Types of Customers|
Types of Customers
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
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Almost as important as useful features and user support quality are pricing plans provided by Freshcaller and PlayVox. While price should not be the only aspect it’s surely an important thing to think about. You should try to find a flexible pricing package that can be adjusted to your business size and effortlessly scaled up every time your business grows. Make sure you don’t select packages that include extra functionalities that you won’t find a use for and always try to get in touch with the vendor directly as enterprises can often count on special pricing. You should also check out a free trial or demo of each solution to spend at least some time using it. It’s a helpful experience that doesn’t ask you to spend any money and gives you a practical overview of what it feels like to work with Freshcaller and PlayVox.