Communication in the cloud

Simplifying Telecom. We've made it easy for you to leverage your web development skills to build telecom applications

Build innovative IVR systems, standardize service and run outbound campaign.

Online IVR Systems - Build your own IVR system

Need an easy platform to take control of your communications?

KooKoo is perfect for novice developers and experts alike.

What is KooKoo

KooKoo is an interface between your web application and the caller. It takes phone commands from you and executes them on your behalf to the caller. The best way to think of KooKoo is as just another web page in your application. Only difference is, the web page is accessible from the phone rather than the browser


How does KooKoo work

1.Caller calls the KooKoo number.
2.KooKoo informs your application(HTTP request).
3.You tell KooKoo what to do (Play some text, collect input, send sms, record etc)(XML Response).
4.KooKoo performs the action on your behalf.
5.KooKoo sends you the result of the action to your application(HTTP Request).

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* Using KooKoo API, take advantage of your existing web development skills to build telephony apps
* Scale on demand
* Protect yourselves from obsolescence.
* Pay for only what you use

dev Simple Easy API

* Just learn 5 tags for telecom functions.
* Just make a HTTP request to place outbound calls
* No need to learn telephony jargon
* No hardware to worry about

credit-card Pay For What You Use

KooKoo has pricing plans for all your needs. Just pay for what you use and scale when necessary.

KooKoo just performs telephony functions. It does not know anything about your application and it does not store your data

Developers Love Us

Evaluated IVR providers in India. KooKoo seems to be the best by a significant margin. Cloud IVR is just ok. TCL feels 10 year old architecture.
Vivek Singh
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