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Elan Speech Launches its New Golden Tone TTS Technology, Elan Sayso; Elan Speech Sees The Day

TOULOUSE, FRANCE - Elan speech, provider of text to speech technology, unveils its new TTS technology, Elan Sayso.
Posted Jul 1, 2002
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TOULOUSE, FRANCE - Elan speech, provider of text to speech technology, unveils its new TTS technology, Elan Sayso. Elan Sayso was developed by the Elan Speech R&D team whose objectives was to build a revolutionary technology and develop the associated linguistic processing tools. These resources render most of the processing needed to create new voices and new languages automatic, thereby allowing Elan speech to guarantee rapid availability of a multilingual product offer, speech-enabled by Elan Sayso.
Elan Speech Sees The Day
TOULOUSE, FRANCE - Elan Speech sees the day. Elan Informatique has been a provider of text-to-speech technologies since 1986 and Elan Speech is a direct result of the team's ambition to give a fresh dimension to the company by putting an end to a difficult situation caused by the Liquidation of its former shareholder. At present, Elan Speech has acquired all of Elan Informatique's assets, thereby fully ensuring the transparent prolongation of business for its customers and partners. During the past months, the whole team has participated in proceeding with research projects, developing and maintaining products and intensifying the development and commercialization phase. The high level of commitment demonstrated by the management and employees immediately caught the eye of major investors such as IRDI and PART'COM. "The strength of Elan Speech lies in its technological expertise and the efficiency of its products to meet market requirements. This force is also backed by a significant client base and tightly woven partnerships. Added to the management's considerable experience, a solid financial business plan and the support of IRDI and PART'COM, the newly born company will be able to fully exploit its position in a fast growing market." emphasized Antoine Kauffeisen, CEO of Elan Speech.
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