- Direct connection from social media to the mobile network (even if the user doesn't have the number), keeping the core mobile communication relevant and accessible.
- A great user experience, which combines easy methods for starting mobile interactions from the pc.
- Reduces the impact of the IP based communication services, and prevent them from driving users to identify themselves with new IDs rather than their mobile number.
- Gain compelling communication foothold on screens other than the mobile device.
- Provides productivity tools to business customers that can drive corporate PBX usage to mobile devices.
- Increase Voice calls and SMS usage.
- Selecting the content to be displayed on the mobile device (of course it is possible to adapt the entire site, if needed.)
- Real time translation – the mobile site is completely synchronized with the internet site.
- Flexible site structure that is not limited to the internet site’s structure.
- Concentration of information from a number of sites, information sources or different parts of the same site to one mobile page.
- Complete two way interaction with the site, including filling out forms and uploading and downloading media. This enables signing up to personal sites, searching, writing talkbacks, uploading pictures, and shopping.
- Automatic identification via mobile identification.
- Addition of a personalization layer according to a mobile identifier that does not exist on the internet; for example, specifying a song list on a music site.
- Connection of the site to the device’s capabilities, such as location based services (LBS), phone number dialing, and uploading photos from cameras.
- Interfacing with existing intranet systems without depending on different system providers, by translating the interface to mobile content in real time.
- Using mobile identification capabilities for security and access to different parts of different systems, including unique solutions for mobile networks and Wi-Fi, with or without VPN.
- Combining applications and information from different systems into one mobile portal.
- Developing mobile interfaces with the organizations core systems for monitoring and control purposes at any time and at any place.
- Enabling the organization to develop mobile interfaces on its own, while using PassCall’s existing interfaces. PassCall can accompany such developments by providing consultation, design and support.