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March/April 2011: Cover Story

What's In A Name?

Personalization means more than being on a first-name basis with customers
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

March/April 2011: Features

At A Crossroads

Why today's market share dominance doesn't portend tomorrow's environment
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

Making Mobile Business-Appropriate

How speech is finding its way onto smartphones and saving you big bucks
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

March/April 2011: FYI

Free Voice-to-Twitter Services Kept Egyptians Connected

Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

Hotels Should Be Doing More with IVRs

Market Spotlight: Hospitality
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

Nuance Advances Into Voice Biometrics

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Speech Industry to Gain Momentum, GIA Predicts

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Wireless Customers Want Less Automation

Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011

March/April 2011: Deployments

SendMe Does a High Five(9) Over IVR Savings

Strong growth prompted the mobile content provider to find a new vendor for a ‘rip-and-replace' system
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

Speech Is the True Blue Choice

Nexidia's QuickStart helps BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee save more than $1 million a year
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COLUMNS:

March/April 2011: Editor's Letter

Listen Before You Leap

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March/April 2011: The Business Case

Why Hosting Is Part of Your Future

Ignore it at your own cost
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

March/April 2011: Forward Thinking

Combining IVR and Smartphones

Take advantage of today's visual displays and develop consumer product apps
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March/April 2011: Inside Outsourcing

Unify Communications Across Channels

Semantic parsing can mine a treasure trove of data
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March/April 2011: Interact

Unhappily Ever After

A fable about the limits of expertise
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

March/April 2011: A View from AVIOS

Spoken Web for the Developing World

Project lets rural denizens with no technical expertise create web of information using a simple phone and speech technology
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by

March/April 2011: Voice Value

Year of Speech Coming? It’s Already Here

Technical hurdles remain, but the technology has become ubiquitous
Posted 01 Mar 2011 / March/April 2011 - by