CallFire Adds Classical Music to Open Source Systems Offerings
To improve customer satisfaction and create new avenues for opportunity within a company’s system offerings, California-based open-source VoIP consultancy CallFire.com has updated its music capabilities.
After announcing a contest so that CallFire system users have a chance to win the oh-so-popular Amazon Kindle, it seemed as if the company couldn’t be any more attuned to customer desires that stem beyond the average call system needs.
However, with the recent announcement of its music selection, the company has once again proved that it comes full circle in meeting customer needs, from all facets of what it means to be a complete, one-stop shop provider.
“We have always offered selections of music from the Open Source community, and we are pleased to be updating our selections,” CallFire officials said.
For the month of November, the company is featuring new classical music from some old favorites, such as Beethoven’s sonatas “Appassionata,” Op. 57 No. 23 performed by Andreas Haefliger, and the “Waldstein,” Op. 53 No. 22 performed by Daniel Veesey.
Additionally, CallFire has added some monthly music selections from the United States Air Force orchestra, including Bach’s “Air on a G String,” and Holst’s “Mars, the Bringer of War.”
CallFire has also added two selections from Stravinsky’s “Firebird Suite,” and a couple of violin concerti including Beethoven’s D Minor Concerto, and “Winter” from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with John Harrison on violin.
Rounding the new musical additions are Chopin’s “G Minor Ballade,” No.1 Op. 23 performed by Donald Betts, and Handel’s “Suite No. 2,” performed by Ivan Ilic.
Music selections can be accessed through CallFire’s open source community music Web site.
CallFire officials said that the new music additions are attempts to have the company’s client base support not only the open source music Web site, but also the music community and the company’s entire open source system.