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ChoiceView Arrives at Apple App Store!!!

Radish Systems is very pleased to announce a major milestone in the development and delivery of the Radish ChoiceView service.  The ChoiceView App is now available for distribution from the Apple App Store for use on iPhones.  Click here to get ChoiceView at the Apple App Store. 

ChoiceView is an enterprise-class service designed to transform the way businesses communicate with their customers, employees, and other stakeholders by combining visual information with smartphone conversations. ChoiceView allows an end user to TALK on an iPhone with a ChoiceView-enabled business WHILE SEEING VISUAL INFORMATION delivered by that business, either from a representative or an interactive voice response (IVR) system.

Market Need and Benefits.  With the incredible rate of smartphone adoption, businesses are scrambling for meaningful ways to better communicate with the mobile market.  People are increasingly relying on their smartphones for mainstream communications and businesses need to respond by delivering impactful information to the user’s mobile platform of choice. ChoiceView enables more meaningful communications by allowing businesses to share real-time visuals during their voice conversations.  Additionally, studies show that both seeing and hearing information dramatically improves comprehension, problem solving, and recall.  Faster, more rewarding mobile communications via ChoiceView result in profitable business opportunities.

Try ChoiceView. By placing the end-user App at the iTunes store, it is readily available for Radish customers to review and adopt.  In this regard we encourage businesses to try ChoiceView

Contact Radish to learn how to enable your business with ChoiceView and thereby transform your communications.

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Theresa Szczurek

Theresa Szczurek oversees all business operations. As co-founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Planning Officer of RCS, Szczurek was key in transforming the start-up into a thriving firm that sold for over $40 million.

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