autocall

autocall

[′ȯd·ō‚kȯl]
(computer science)
The automatic placing of a telephone call by a computer or a computer-controlled modem. Also known as automatic call origination.
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James Harrington, Head of Structured Solutions said; With many plans currently reaching maturity, Autocall, or kickout plans continue to be extremely popular amongst clients and their advisers.
We have chosen to offer some different potential bonus levels on these new plans either for clients to choose just one option, or, as is the case with some of the feedback we have had, to select multiple options in order to create a portfolio of Autocall type structures to hold amongst their other investments.
One type of structured product that is proving popular at the moment is the autocall, also known as the kick-out because while it is designed as a five- or six-year product, on pre-specified anniversaries it can mature and 'kick the investor out' with their original capital and a pre-determined gain.
A six-year autocall product might offer a potential gain of 10% for each year held, with the product maturing on the first anniversary that the FTSE is at or above its starting level.
2% Autocall offers investors the opportunity to make an attractive potential fixed return of 10.
A new product migration technology enables customers with AUTOCALL fire alarm systems to upgrade to the advanced SIMPLEX 4100U platform.
So interactive voice response systems (IVRs), autofax, prefill, central fill, auto-E-mail, autocall, will-call bin management and the like found an ideal venue in the filling of prescriptions.
The Autocall option can use any PC to initiate a conference call from a predefined list, either instantly or at a scheduled time; call and notify people of future scheduled meet-me conferences; or leave any other recorded messages.
Besides Starnet Access, Starko has also introduced such services as TPL Plus (direct paging) and Autocall.
For HF requirements, Tadiran offers the HF-2000 family which is modularly adaptable to a wide range of configurations and features AUTOCALL (TM), by which calls are selected automatically on the best available frequency.
SimplexGrinnell of Houston, Texas, has pledged to continue supporting the AUTOCALL family of products, the flagship system of Grinnell Fire Protection before its merger with Simplex.