Yes they can. When a Client talks to an Interpreter, if they want that Interpreter next time then they ask the Interpreter for their Code, which they use the next time they dial in.
The recording is done by the conferencing module, and only starts at the point the parties are connected to the conference. This happens after the client hears “Connecting you to the interpreter. To call an additional party, press 9”, and at the same time the interpreter hears “Please hold, while we connect you to the [...]
Yes, you have full editing control over the following emails the system sends out: User registration Interpreter login Interpreter Face-to-Face Confirmation Client Face-to-Face Confirmation To edit these emails in the Environment Configuration Menu.
If a caller is unable to login (enter their account PIN), select a suitable language or interpreter, they are directed to an Operator. Similarly if no interpreters are available for the selected language. Clients can also be routed directly to an Operator by pressing # on their telephone handset at any of the prompts.
All clients are able to call third parties through the system, after being connected to an interpreter and can in fact connect multiple third parties during a call. The call costs for these extra participants are not charged to the Client.
Yes its possible to do that via the Interpreter Report on the main menu of the system. You can select the interpreter, add or select the the language skill and amend the default rate for this specific language skill for that interpreter.
Yes, you can add a new language, but the associated audio prompt can only be added by the system administrator
Can we have our company name as part of the audio announcement when the system rings an interpreter?
Yes, this can be set to "This is an (company name) request for the language ..."
We have a new feature in our system where you can set a holiday period for an interpreter so that calls are not automatically sent to them while on holiday.