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Interactive Voice Response, [IVR](http://www.voicent.com/ivr.php?a=8223), is a phone technology that allows a computer to detect voice and touch tones. The system based on [IVR](http://www.voicent.com/ivr.php?a=8223) can respond with pre-recorded or dynamically generated audio to further direct callers. [IVR](http://www.voicent.com/ivr.php?a=8223) enable callers to interact with any software and use the touch-tone pad to input request or just say what then want to do, then the [IVR](http://www.voicent.com/ivr.php?a=8223) will use the text-to-speech software to read information back.

[IVR](http://www.voicent.com/ivr.php?a=8223) is ideal for group event reminders, marketing, lead generation, political campaign promotions, school fundraising, church communications, emergency notifications.

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