Honeywell: New voice programming system saves time for installers
It should only take about four minutes for installers to program and activate AlarmNet communicators with Honeywell’s new Interactive Voice Response system. And it’s available 24/7.
That’s what Donna Namorato, channel manager for Honeywell Security Products Americas, announced today in a post at Honeywell’s The Security Channel Blog.
Here’s more of what she had to say: “Honeywell Security Technical Support is now providing an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system for you to use to program and activate new AlarmNet communicators. The automated, voice-prompt service enables faster, more effective programming and activation of AlarmNet communicators, saving you valuable time and letting you move on to the next installation sooner.”
“With the new system,” she added, “the average usage time is only four minutes since there is no more waiting for a live operator to complete the programming process.”
Namorato said the IVR lets installers “activate a SIM, check SIM activation status and program a device for registration to an AlarmNet account.”
Honeywell describes its AlarmNet network as “a family of communications services designed specifically for the security industry.”
For more information on the IVR and how to access it, check out Namorato’s blog post.