A WebRTC solution that means business

Twilio Web Client is the cloud horsepower behind WebRTC. Everything you need to build a complete solution is packaged in one JavaScript file. From browser abstraction to signaling and registration.

All powered by Twilio's global, elastically scalable platform, low latency media relay, and intelligent call control. No need to build out the server side components, and you only pay for what you use. Twilio WebRTC client provides the security and reliability major enterprises need.

Why WebRTC

With WebRTC you can embed communications into web based enterprise tools such as CRM and build a completely customer-oriented experience. From Call Centers to Hosted PBX, enterprise users can communicate from within their primary web interface. Rather than staring at a phone interface, they can be interacting with the most relevant details of the person they’re speaking to, and provide a much better customer experience.

WebRTC Client

The building blocks for creating more efficient communications integrated into the browser.

Features

Browser abstraction

Twilio takes care of the differences in WebRTC support between browsers, so you don’t need to worry about Chrome and Firefox specific API calls.

App server enabled

All inbound and outbound call logic is powered by TwiML, giving you flexible control.

Call Recording

All web client calls can be recorded, with recordings stored in the cloud. Recordings can also be transcribed as desired to make client calls archived and searchable.

Text-to-Speech

Speak text to client callers in 26 languages and accents.

Global Audio Conferencing

Conference together client users, SIP endpoints and PSTN phone numbers in one line of code.

Call Queues

Easily build intelligent on-hold experiences for your client users.

The Basics of Twilio Client

Quickly learn the building blocks of the flexible and easy Twilio API.

Demo

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Twilio Client

When you start the phone call, the browser makes a request to Twilio and your server tells Twilio how to route the call to other browsers & devices, or out to the carrier network.

Technical

This call logic relies on a number of TwiML verbs including <Say> to speak audio to the caller and <Gather> to take dialpad input from the user. The browser connects to Twilio through WebRTC and then out to the carrier network.

Benefits

Contact center agents

From companies building their own customized contact center capabilities integrated deeply with their CRM, to contact center companies who build fully featured offerings on top of Twilio. Companies are using Twilio Web Client as the agent's primary "phone", giving a richly contextual, integrated and efficient experience for the agent.

Augmenting existing infrastructure

Companies with existing SIP infrastructure can easily add WebRTC capabilities to that infrastructure by using Twilio as a SIP<>WebRTC "B2BUA", connecting the WebRTC flows on one side to SIP flows on the other. Twilio’s Web client provides the WebRTC capabilities, and all calls are routed to the existing IP infrastructure over a SIP connection.

Hosted PBX

From companies building entire Hosted PBX offerings, to more specialized components of enterprise offerings such as virtual receptionist, companies have built Twilio Web Client into products as the primary phone device for enterprise users, providing total nomadic flexibility and a low cost of entry.

Kiosks

Companies deploying Twilio Web Client in a kiosk mode can deliver real-time interactive communications to unmanned kiosks. From car rental to sports equipment, interactive WebRTC powered kiosks provide a low-cost way to make customer interaction with your business more pervasive, while maximizing staff efficiency.

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