DNIS


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DNIS

DNIS

(Dialed Number Identification Service) A service that enables a company to identify which telephone number was dialed. A PBX often receives calls on the same port that were dialed to different 800 or 900 numbers, and the DNIS data contains the dialed number so that the PBX can track the call.
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In this case series, three patients with advanced odontogenic DNIs are discussed in light of the current literature.
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But although the legislation promised to empower a real intelligence chief, it kept key budget and management powers within the Pentagon -- with the result that the DNI initially added more layering and second-guessing than efficiency.
A deep neck infection (DNI) is an infection, either cellulitis or abscess formation, located in the potential spaces and fascial planes of the neck.
* Local Number Portability Routing - ANI & DNIS queried for comprehensive routing accuracy
In addition, Symago leveraged Envox 6's powerful integration capabilities to ensure that the IVR solution could communicate with The Health Alliance's Avaya Definity PBX, using DNIS to route orders to the customer's preferred pick-up location for processing.
Users gain universal access to these documents via http or https links, and they can search all attributes of stored fax images including date, time, CSI, caller ID, number of pages and DNIS. FaxCore Corp., Centennial, Colo.
DNIS (Dialed Number Identification Service) identifies a particular toll-free number dialed for better reporting in multiple campaigns.
They now offer advanced features that ensure quick and accurate call routing, automatic number identification (ANI), dialed number identification services (DNIS) and other sophisticated features.
DNIS is for users with multiple 800 numbers that all ring into the same location; for example, one number may be for sales calls, one for service.