SEOUL http://www.chicagoblackhawksteamstore.c … too-jersey , April 27 (Xinhua) -- South Korea's first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.9 percent compared with the previous quarter thanks to export recovery, central bank data showed on Thursday.

The country's real GDP, the seasonally-adjusted figure, reached 383.6 trillion won (339.6 billion U.S. dollars) in the January-March quarter, up 0.9 percent from the previous quarter, according to the Bank of Korea (BOK).

It was faster than a 0.5 percent expansion tallied in the fourth quarter of last year, marking the highest expansion in three quarters.

From a year earlier, the real GDP advanced 2.7 percent in the March quarter. It was the highest since the second quarter of last year.

Exports, which account for about half of the export-driven economy, increased in recent months, while investment in the construction sector and capital spending also expanded.

The overseas shipments gained 1.9 percent in the first quarter, after falling 0.1 percent in the previous quarter.

Facility investment jumped 4.3 percent on a quarterly basis. From a year earlier, the capital spending soared 14.3 percent.

Construction investment rose 5.3 percent in the March quarter, after shedding 1.2 percent in the prior quarter.

These solutions range from very low price, affordable and simple to use systems to
very expensive and complex systems. I haven’t tried all of these solutions because
some are not free to use, however, I have researched and googled their features,
customer testimonials, support services, and feedback of those who have tried
these softwares and written about their experience and some technical
information from tech papers.
1- ICTBroadcast
Stand alone as well as Hosted. Multi-user. Support for SIPIAX2DAHDI. Low cost. As
low as $299 for 5 lines. Free download, 30 days trial. Linux-based. It has rich
feature set including Voice, SMS, Email and Fax broadcasting, multi-tenant,
advanced graphical reports, real-time campaign results, multi-lingual, scalable,
surveys and polls, IVR designer, Inbound campaign, Answering machine detection
(AMD), Do Not Call (DNC) feature, REST APIs for external system integration and
built-in appointment reminder settings.
2- Voicent
Stand alone. SIP based VOIP. Low cost. As low as $288 for 1 line. Unlimited Trial
period with advertisement. Windows-based easy to use. It has a features including
easy to use GUI, AMD support, campaign scheduling, multi-lingual text to speech,
DNC, and message designer. It’s easy to set up and can be setup to run in a short
period of time.
3- VanillaSoft
Hosted, SIP based VOIP. Monthly fee of $65 per user. Free 30 day trial. Easy to use
and set up. It’s features include call tracking, web reporting, caller ID, Email
marketing, appointment reminder, inbound and outbound lead capturing and call
4- SpitFire
Stand alone. SIP based VOIP. Pricing is not open. An additional server may be
required, feature rich, easy to use and set up. Organic growth as you add on more
agents or resell the service. I love it because I can use it to provide a hosted
solution to my clients. Best professional value for a low cost,
4- CallFire
This product is more of a service. It costs you as low as 2$ an hour for cloud call
center. The price goes up the more features you add. Some features cost you
more unseemingly. For example, call transfer feature bills at 3.5¢ per minute for
every transferred call. It can get expensive depending upon your requirement and
usage. Some of the features that are included in all the rate plans are 6am - 6pm
PT Customer Support, Simple “Do Not Call” list setup, Unlimited call transfers
(3.5¢minute), Extensive real-time reporting, Call statistics, APIs to control
campaigns, call recording, Text-to-speech support.
6- Five9
Hosted, SIP based VOIP, Web based. No long term contracts; there is a set up fee,
familiar interface and set up. Good sound quality. Great for someone that doesn’t
want to own their solution.
7- Acarda
Stand alone. Single user as well a multi-user (with different pricing plan). Variable
cost. As low as $199 for 4 lines and limited features per agent. Pricing changes
based on agents, features and simultaneous calling lines. Features include DNC
list, telephone number allocation to each agent, Call outcome and detail
management, Preview dialing option, Call center features, Multiple campaigns,
Performance reporting, Call management, analysis and statistics.
8- Vocalcom
Hosted, VOIP Web Based. Feature rich - more than most systems offer. Pricing is
not open. Features include AMD, DNC, CRM Integration, Callback and Appointment
setting, Real-time reporting, automated broadcasting, Email and social media
features, inbound and outbound support and many more.
9- Voice2Phone
Stand alone. VOIP. Low cost. Easy to use. Very good for individuals who want to
contact their small or medium number of contacts frequently. Features include
Voice recorder, Answering machine detection, real-time call status, retry option,
and basic IVR features. No support for SMS, Fax and Email. No call center features.
No integration APIs. Not recommended for medium and large businesses. Runs well
in Windows XP, Windows 7 or above.
10- EVS7
Stand alone. VOIP or LAN. Low cost. Easy to use, set up is a bit more complicated
than most. Many of EVS default settings are only familiar to them and will require a
fair amount of customer support. Doesn’t run on Linux. If you are running XP or
Vista it may work well for you.