This service will require a detailed written specification (instructions which defines your particular requirements). We start with a one-on-one meeting (or two) to get a clear understanding of your project. We will then write the application, deploy it and host it you (additional hosting service required). Various tweaks to the system are common and expected at the beginning of any deployment. We will provide you with a reasonable number of adjustments after delivery to get it right. Ongoing support is readily available after that.
Consulting Fee: $125.00 (Per Hour)
Twilio allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages using its web service APIs.
Twilio provides technology that allows developers to easily manage your phone and sms/mms services. If you need anything from a simple auto-attendant phone system, an elaborate intelligent interviewing system, an appointment reminder system, it can be done using Twilio.
We use Twilio to manage our phone routing. When you call Westlinks Online at +1 929-325-1800 or +1 855-712-1800, a Twilio script (called a TwiML) answers the call and provides the autoattendant functions. Ours is a very simple use of the service. There are many things that can be done and we are eager to set you up with a system that works for you!
Twilio (pronounced TWILL-e-o) is a cloud communications (PaaS) company based in San Francisco, California. Twilio allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages using its web service APIs. Twilio's services are accessed over HTTP and are billed based on usage.
As of May 2016, more than 1 million developers use the service.
Twilio uses Amazon Web Services to host telephony infrastructure and provide connectivity between HTTP and the public switched telephone network (PSTN) through its APIs.
Twilio follows a set of architectural design principles to protect against unexpected outages, and received praise for staying online during the widespread Amazon Web Services outage in April 2011.
Twilio supports the development of open-source software and regularly makes contributions to the open-source community. In June 2010 Twilio launched OpenVBX, an open-source product that lets business users configure phone numbers to receive and route phone calls. One month later, Twilio engineer Kyle Conroy released Stashboard, an open-source status dashboard written in the Python programming language that any API or software service can use to display whether their service is functioning properly or not. Twilio also sponsors Localtunnel, created by now ex-Twilio engineer Jeff Lindsay, which enables software developers to expose their local development environment to the public internet from behind a NAT
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