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RedShift Unveils Voice Recognition Mobile App

RedShift's mobile voice recognition app takes restaurant orders without a phone call.
Posted Mar 24, 2014
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RedShift this week is unveiling a new voice recognition mobile app service at the 2014 International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas.

Customers can now naturally speak their food orders using RedShift's voice-enabled mobile app. Orders are captured and sent to the restaurant for either delivery or pickup. Orders are completed without the need for placing a phone call to the restaurant. RedShift's voice-enabled mobile app service works with any smartphone.

Food orders can be spoken in any sequence and can be completed in a single step. No need to type or interact on a small screen.

"Our goal has been to simplify the online ordering process by making mobile apps easier, safer, and more efficient to use," said Wally Griffin, RedShift's CEO, in a statement. "The smartphone industry is exploding, and more and more people are ordering food from their mobile devices. Voice-enabling mobile apps will help restaurants connect to their target audiences, and it works with everyone's voice."

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