Predictive Dialers

Leading Open Source Predictive Dialers

Other Open Source Predictive Dialers

Gnudialer is a Open Source predictive dialer licensed under GNU GPL. Currently development for Gnudialer has been ongoing for almost two years.

The Puff series is a low resource predictive dialer that uses the Asterisk PBX. It can manage 30+ agents using less than $800.00 in computer hardware (not including telephony hardware if the application requires it).

Gnudialer is very customizable. It's a multi-process object oriented application written in C++.

VICIDIALNOW is a fully automated VICIDIAL installation disk, enbling you to have a full featured open source predictive dialer.

The Indosoft Dialer is an open-standard open-architecture switch and comes with a full suite of Database, List-management, Scripting and Administrative console. It connects to Open source databases like MySQL, Postgres as well as proprietary databases like Oracle. It runs on one of the most stable CTI telephony platforms with a Soft-switch that provides a feature rich PBX and call routing. The Dialer can be set to run in Agent Ready, Power and Preview Dialing mode as well.

The Predictive Dialer is designed to comply with the FCC requirements for outbound dialing. It's real time Do Not Call List enforcement will protect the user from violating the Federal and State Do Not Call List. It also enforces time of the day calling thereby restricting the calling to normal calling hours.

The Indosoft Predictive Dialer connects to the Public Telephone network (PSTN) using a PRI (T1) or a VoIP interface (SIP, H323 or IAX). With VoIP connectivity to PSTN, an assured bandwidth is essential for every voice conversation and it can be optimized using compression CODECs.