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KENT CamCall


KENT CamCall is world’s 1st Video-based Platform for Inbound Calls to enable winning Sales Calls & world-class Customer Support. KENT CamCall is an app-less system, which does not require any software installation in customer’s phone or agent’s desktop.
Key Features of KENT CamCall:
• App-less Ecosystem
• Meeting Invitation not required.
• Video Call Routing – KENT CamCall ensures that the inbound customer call is smartly placed in the queue and routed to the right agent in no time
• By a simple QR code scan or accessing the links, the customers get to connect with the agent in a matter of seconds
• Widgets on websites.
CamCall provides Next-Gen Features like Video Calling, Screen Sharing for Agents, Supervisor Monitoring, Smart Call Distribution Logic, 3rd Party Integrations, Analytics & Dashboards, Extensive Reports, Video Call Recordings, Industry Standard Encryption and Low Bandwidth Requirement.

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  1. This Plugin is helpful for redirecting one website to another.
  2. you can add your link from admin panel.
  3. you can select the color of your widget as per your convenience.

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Preguntas frecuentes

How to add link?

You can add video/chat link from admin panel.

How to change image color?

goto admin panel and select desired color and tap on generate widget.

what is short code of plugin?

do_shortcode( ‘[camCall_app]’ ) .


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