Apr

22

2014

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8 Ways to Unleash the Power of Culture

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When people describe a company with great culture, many people immediately picture a laid-back and fun loving atmosphere. This sells a good company culture far short though. Building a great culture is much more than just casual attire or Beer Friday – it’s more about the who, what, how, and why of your business. Building… Read more »

Apr

17

2014

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3 Tips For Easter Weekend

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Easter is very important to me, it’s a second chance. – Reba McEntire They have Easter egg hunts in Philadelphia, and if the kids don’t find the eggs, they get booed. – Bob Uecker (Just kidding…we love Philly!) 1. Recommend Off-Peak Attendance For many churches, Easter service is the busiest time of year.  If you are… Read more »

Mar

18

2014

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Announcing Church Management Software Integrations

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We are really excited to announce that we have been working with several popular church management software providers to bring their membership management tools to be accessed within Call-Em-All. This feature is a direct result of the survey which so many of our church customers filled out. The overwhelming response was great to see and… Read more »

Feb

6

2014

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Why We Are Passionate About Our Company Culture…

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Over the years the partners and the Call-Em-All team have worked vigorously to create and instill a GREAT company culture. So what does having a great culture really mean? We define culture as creating a company that develops a more meaningful experience for customers and inspires employees to come to work happy. I think it’s… Read more »

Jan

23

2014

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Did Social Media Kill the Phone Tree?

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Did email, twitter and Facebook kill the phone tree? I used to love the phone tree on snow days. — Scott Iwashyna (@dr_spikyhair) January 22, 2014 When I first came across the tweet above it made me first think, of MTV’s first aired video by Buggles, but then more seriously about the question being posed…. Read more »

Dec

5

2013

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How TCPA affects Higher Education

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In University Business’ recent article about the TCPA changes and the affect it has on using voice broadcasting and text messages they address the issue of requiring consent during what is effectively the student lead generation process. We’ve helped with this specific issue while working with the University of Louisville’s prospective student communication process by… Read more »

Oct

18

2013

TCPA Changes Go Live

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This week, new regulations regarding the FCC’s Telemarketing Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) went into effect. We’ve received calls and questions from clients, and you may have received text messages from marketers asking you to confirm your opt-in for their promotional messages. However, this rule change has not been a big deal for Call-Em-All and our… Read more »

Sep

24

2013

Postmortem for Sprint Outage

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This afternoon we received word that our access had been restored and all breathed a sigh of relief. The last four days have been full of ups and downs as we have been working to restore our access to the Sprint SMS network.  As of 5:00pm Central time today, ALL service is fully restored and… Read more »

Sep

20

2013

Sprint Blocks Call-Em-All’s Text Message Access

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UPDATE – This issue has been resolved. We thank you for your patience.  Note: The following information pertains only to our SMS feature. All voice broadcasts are able to be received and will continue to be sent to all phone numbers regardless of carrier.  At 7:38pm last night (9/19/2013) we received an email with a… Read more »

Aug

20

2013