Dialing Innovations provides the solution for hotels and motels to comply with Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Law

Outdated phone systems can cost owners $400 per hour. in fines. Regulators have implemented massive fines for hotel or motel owners who do not properly connect 911 calls from rooms. It is no longer allowed to bar calls from the room and must also display the room number and hotel address. Hotels that fail to comply can face penalties of up to $400 per hour. until the problems are corrected.

Indianapolis, Indiana – May 24, 2022 – Numbering innovationsthe next generation leader telephone systems, is on a mission to help hotels and motels comply with new regulations and not only save lives, but also save thousands of dollars. Outdated systems cannot call 911 and provide the room number or address, requiring rooms to call the front desk. Several people have died. This caused regulators to come up with Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Law.

Compliance is mandatory and can be very costly for hotels and motels that violate these regulations. Dialing Innovations solutions make hotels and motels compliant with their hardware and phone lines. Most hotels or motels save thousands of dollars in the process by switching to Dialing Innovations lines which cost only $10. Additionally, Dialing Innovations provides free support, eliminating support contracts.

For a limited time, hotels and motels can replace their old phone system and get a free technologically advanced telephone system which complies with Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Law by converting to a Dialing Innovations telephone system.

A new phone system from Dialing Innovations offers:

  • Call Queues (ACD)
  • Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
  • Unlimited extensions
  • conference bridge
  • Fax to email
  • Ring groups
  • music on hold
  • Calendar with third-party integration
  • Voicemail explosion
  • find me / follow me
  • Wake-up services
  • Video call support
  • Secure communications (SRTP/TLS)
  • Advertisement
  • text to talk

In August 2019, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed rules to enforce emergency calling. The new requirement is the second part of the RAY BAUM law, which applies to multi-line telephone systems (MLTS). This means that the laws apply to all businesses that have two or more phone lines as part of their phone system.

Last year, transmission requirements from a dispatchable location to 911 call centers came into effect for devices located at fixed positions on company premises. Its purpose is to ensure that the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) automatically receives the caller’s location and can dispatch responders faster, which is essential for campus environments and multi-story buildings.

These regulations are quite cumbersome and Dialing Innovations can make the process hassle-free.

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