Channels are used to send and receive messages. This includes SMS, voice and social media (Telegram, Messenger, Twitter, Viber, WhatsApp, JioChat, LINE, ...)
These channels have the double advantage of being compatible with all phones and being adapted to isolated locations or with a weak connection.
Flows let you see how Fehu end-users will move through the a set of Flows Iconinteractions based on their responses to your questions.
With Flows, anybody can create complex text and voice applications without technical assistance from a programmer.
Messages work like email, so you can see incoming and outgoing messages whether or not they're attached to a flow and label them accordingly. You can do this with individuals or groups of people defined by specific characteristics.
Contacts are created any time a user with a unique phone number or account ID interacts with the system, but contacts can also be imported or added individually.
New Contact Fields can be created to build a profile for your users.
Analytics display the data generated by interactions with users. View results in real-time in Fehu or send to a customised dashboard for further visualisation, generate a custom report, or export to Excel for additional analysis.
Because planning is key to the success of your project, Fehu lets you orchestrate interactions with your app users. Campaigns allow you to automate communication with mobile users on a mass scale but with personalised messages based on information your user provides.
With Fehu, no need to configure or install software on users' devices before they can access your app.
Triggers allow your users to directly access your application from any mobile phone.
Triggers initiate actions in Fehu. A trigger can be a keyword received in a text, a point in time, a missed call, or even a follow to a Twitter handle.
Fehu distinguishes itself from other software platforms by the fact that anyone, anywhere in the world, can design, implement, and analyze complex interactions with millions of mobile users in real time without the technical assistance of a software engineer.- Jesus EKIE