CurbTalker arrives for Mac, tracks, transfers calls
updated 09:30 pm EDT, Mon September 8, 2008
by MacNN Staff
CurbTalker tracks calls
Parliant Corporation launched CurbTalker, a Mac-based audio listing-service for real estate brokers. The software answers calls from potential buyers, transferring the calls to a realtor's cell phone or taking messages. Using different phone number extensions for each listing's various ads, CurbTalker can track which ads deliver the most leads. It creates per-property and full brokerage reports from the gathered data.
CurbTalker has no contracts, fees or monthly charges; it works with both analog and VoIP phone lines and recommends using Caller ID services. The software requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and a USB port, retailing for $895.