Are you a busy professional who is frequently on the road? Don’t worry, you can keep track of your Halloo voicemail by remotely accessing your Halloo account. When using a landline, cell phone, or non-VOIP phone line, you can check your voice mailbox by following these simple steps: Continue reading
Ever wonder what happens when you forward your calls? Here are answers to the more commonly asked questions.
Does the caller know that his call is being forwarded?
No, the caller to your Halloo number does not know that you have chosen to answer at a particular location. Because you may have your business calls routed to a home number, you should be prepared to answer in a manner appropriate to the nature and image of your business. Continue reading
Now Available! Single Sign-on with Gmail
Having trouble remembering your my.halloo.com login and password? Now, if you have your Halloo account associated with a Gmail email, you can log into my.halloo.com using your Gmail credentials. This will allow you to easily access all of your Halloo phone system features. Continue reading
Unlike many growing business scenes, Louisville isn’t just welcoming tech startups but creative entrepreneurs like chefs and crafters, too.
Kentucky backs up its commitment to a healthy economy with a list of 27 early-stage funding sources, including angel investors, venture capitalists and small business loans. Continue reading
Contact management has the potential to make all the difference when it comes to delivering the very best customer care possible from the initial contact through regular follow-up with repeat customers. Delivering top notch customer care is a priority for most businesses and as such, investing in tools that can help you be more effective in contact management makes sense. Halloo is just such a system. Continue reading
Hit hard by the loss of industrial jobs, Akron is steadily restoring its economy with ingenious technologies like biogas, polymers and biomedical applications.
Renewable energy is one example. Having the country’s only biogas facility, Akron receives some of its electricity through a partnership with KB BioEnergy, which generates power via the decomposition of sludge. Continue reading