We are pleased to announce that ICTBroadcast Version 3.4 with additional features and bug fixes is released. The new release contains features such as VoIP Trunk testing, GUI log management interface, Hard disk usage graph added into the dashboard, Backup module, GUI for AMD configuration, additional summary reports for IVR, AMD and DNC, Improved rpm and installation process, Improved APIs and documentation, Update support added from yum and several bug fixes.

Trunk testing

This new feature allows administrators to test the trunk immediately without creating any campaign. Once configuring a trunk is completed, the admin can click on the test trunk link. Admin can select which kind of service he/she is interested to test, for example, voice, fax, SMS, email, and video. After that, they can Immediately write the phone number (or email) where the admin wants to send the test message to go.

Log GUI added

GUI Log allows checking any kinds of info, warning, and error messages to be displayed on the web interface. Now administrators don’t need to connect to the server using any other medium to collect log information. Logging information is much easier to view and understand.

HDD usage added into dashboard

Hard disk and memory usage statistics are important for service providers of ICTBroadcast. Now we have added HDD (Hard disk) usage information into the dashboard of the ICTBroadcast admin interface. This will allow admins to manage their resources easily.

Backup module added

The backup module allows administrators to backup their database from the web interface. No need to hassle for backing up your database.

IVR Reporting added for AMD and DNC

IVR reports for AMD and DNC are interactive and informative. The new version of ICTBroadcast has added AMD and DNC reporting for IVR campaigns.

GUI created for AMD configuration

Now administrators of ICTBroadcast can configure settings of Answering Machine Detection (AMD) according to their needs. Admin can tweak settings accordingly based on their user’s scenarios for voice broadcasting, voice mail, and fax blasting.

Other important features included in this release are listed below:

  • Improved rpm and installation process
  • Improved APIs and documentation
  • Update support added from yum
  • Several bug fixes