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Brad Herrmann

Brad Herrmann is the founder and president of Call-Em-All, an automated calling and group texting company that provides solutions for small and medium sized businesses, large corporations, membership organizations, community groups, and individuals. Since 2005, Call-Em-All has grown to send more than 5 million group calls and texts each month. Brad is a graduate of Texas A&M University.
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Text Today, Gone Tomorrow

Next week we'll be at Executive Forum 2017 in San Diego. This is a staffing industry event that brings together the top executives to discuss how leadership will define the future success of their businesses.

If you are attending Executive Forum, we invite you to attend our Ideas in Action session.

Text Today, Gone Tomorrow
Feb 14th at 4:15pm
America's Cup Ballroom D

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Group Texting for Business, The Long & Short (code) Of It

With 97% of Americans using texting at least once a day, it is the most widely used application on a smartphone¹. Messages sent via text are read more often and faster than other forms communication, but business texting, and more specifically group texting for business, has struggled to gain adoption due to limitations and regulation. Recent changes in technology and legal requirements are making texting a more viable solution for businesses. Let's take a look at the various ways that texting works today, the changes, and why it's better for you.

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The Silver Lining In It All

Earlier this week, we shared some of our concerns with the FCC’s latest robocall regulations.  Today, I’d like to share some of the good things we see coming out of Washington.

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Not All That Glitters Is Gold

The FCC recently released new regulations that affect automated calling and texting services like Call-Em-All.  I previously wrote that we feel the current regulations are doing a pretty good job of discouraging spam robocalls.  My next two posts will highlight the good and the bad of the FCC’s latest work.  Today, we start with the bad.

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Hi... This Isn't Rachel From Cardholder Services

I think every American with a phone has received a call from “Rachel with cardholder services.” If not Rachel, you've probably received an automated call letting you know that you've won a free cruise. If I really won something significant, I’d expect a call from an actual human being - not a prerecorded message!

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Call-Em-All's automated messaging service allows you to send a voice broadcast, group text, or both to every phone number on your list. Clients include Amazon, Siemens, BBB, YMCA, San Antonio Spurs, Avon, and Syracuse University.

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