CLI VOIP Route
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What is CLI?
CLI, which is the acronym for Calling Line Identity, is a method by which inbound calls made to a business or individual can be identified by their number of origin and in some cases the name of the person or organisation that is associated with the number. CLI can be used on analogue telephone services, but is also widely available for network-based VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) calls as well and the capabilities of CLI are constantly expanding. CLI can be used for a number of reasons, but most businesses make use of the inbound caller's data as part of a statistics gathering process, or in order to screen inbound calls and respond to them appropriately..
For example, a company might rent 100 phone numbers from the phone company that could be called over eight physical telephone lines (these are called "trunk lines"). This would allow up to eight ongoing calls at a time; additional inbound calls would get a busy signal until one of the calls completed or be able to leave a voice mail message. The PBX automatically switches a call for a given phone number to the appropriate workstation in the company. A PBX switchboard operator is not involved.
CLI logging equipment for calls made to your business may also prove to be useful. There are individual telephone handsets that can perform this function, or a range of desktop devices. However, if you have an integrated phone system operated at a network level then it is usually possible to ask the vendor to automatically record the inbound numbers and details of the caller's identities as they are received. Details relating to inbound caller identities can be used in a number of ways and can help when attempting to improve the efficiency of a call centre or in analysing the demographics that make up your inbound call traffic. For example, if you are attempting to find out the proportion of your inbound callers who originate from non-geographic business numbers as opposed to residential numbers, CLI logging will make this easy to determine. It might also be useful for discovering if a particular client is in contact more frequently others, allowing you to tailor your service to the requirements of the most common inbound callers based on CLI statistics.
CLI is not just for use by firms wishing to monitor the numbers and identities of inbound calls; it is also possible for calls made by a business to customers and clients to bear the correct contact number as part of a built-in CLI system. This will make it easier for those who have been contacted to call back and be dealt with appropriately. The majority of mobile phone handsets have CLI built-in to make sure that all inbound calls are recognised, although it is of course possible to block the identity of your number when making an outbound call.
Another option for Numberstore customers' have the option of forcing the CLI of their number. For example, if you had some 0800 numbers. routing through to your office number and you wanted to distinguish where each call was coming from, the Force caller ID option would show the number that was being called on your caller ID display.
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