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SpeechStudio Updates Tools for Desktop Speech and Telephony

PORTLAND, OR - SpeechStudio Inc., a provider of desktop speech development solutions, announced SpeechStudio Suite 3.0, the first combination of the power of SpeechStudio's voice-enabling tools suite with telephone devices.
Posted Oct 1, 2002
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PORTLAND, OR - SpeechStudio Inc., a provider of desktop speech development solutions, announced SpeechStudio Suite 3.0, the first combination of the power of SpeechStudio's voice-enabling tools suite with telephone devices. SpeechStudio Suite 3.0 allows software developers to add telephony capabilities to any desktop application, enabling many common scenarios, including auto-answer, touch-tone control, voice commands, speech output, audio recording and voice mail. "Thousands of applications would benefit from remote access, allowing employees and customers to directly access information without assistance," said Stephen Zeigler, CEO of SpeechStudio Inc. "With SpeechStudio's unique approach, existing applications can be extended without rework and with minimal retesting to create secure and robust telephony applications at a fraction of the cost of server-based approaches." In addition to telephony support, other new features in SpeechStudio Suite 3.0 include automatic dictation into text boxes, compatibility with Windows XP for Tablet PC, and support for programming tools that use ActiveX/COM components. First-time speech and telephony developers are invited to download SpeechStudio Suite for a free 15-day trial to explore the possibilities of remote and hands-free control of their applications. The download includes in depth tutorials and many sample programs. Please visit www.speechstudio.com for more information. SpeechStudio Suite components work with Microsoft Visual Basic, Visual C++, and other programming languages which support the use of ActiveX/COM components. Applications can be deployed royalty-free on any recent Windows desktop or server system. Prices start at $595 per developer.
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