How Does Wordlwide Technology Work?
Wordlwide is a new application that offers instant access to the dictionary, thanks to its trademark advanced technology that enables quick and easy access to any word. The patented technology called PEDS-The acronym for phonetic audio digital signal-is used in this application. This service connects a laptop to a network via Bluetooth, providing a wireless connection that enables users to search the dictionary online or on personal computers, regardless of the location. This new service is different from other similar applications such as Verizon FiOS that requires the use of a wireless router and access point to access the Internet; this does not include voice communication (although you can send voice messages if you have purchased a VoIP account). In comparison to Verizon FiOS, Wordlwide is more convenient because it requires a laptop with Wi-Fi Direct capabilities, which can be found at most small business locations.
This innovation will also prove to be beneficial to businesses because it allows for employees to work from wherever they are-from the airport shuttle service, from home, or from wherever they choose. The innovative application also includes a front desk service that is provided by the company. The front desk agent will be able to perform all the functions necessary to provide customer assistance, such as answering questions about the product or service, checking customers’ addresses, retrieving documents, and transferring tickets to the correct client. The front desk agents will perform their duties while connected via a high-speed wireless connection from the company’s notebook, iPad, or iPhone to the company’s tablet PCs or laptops.
One of the biggest benefits to Wordlwide customers is the ease-of-use they enjoy when using the platform. The company has designed its applications to be easy to use even for non-technical people, making it a popular choice with agents and clients. The company’s website includes video tutorials that walk customers through the entire check-in process, which begins with a customer receiving an identification badge from a customer service agent and progressing through the steps necessary to check-out. Once a customer selects a service option, he or she logs into the website using his or her user name and password and selects the service option that best meets his or her needs. Customers can then pay for services using any major credit card or electronic check, print out receipts, and enter their information into any of the company’s check-out forms.