Speech Technology Magazine

June 13, 2006


Speech Technology Digest

Spain's Castilla-La Mancha Healthcare Service to Implement Philips SpeechMagic

>VIENNA, Austria - Spain's Castilla-La Mancha regional healthcare service (SESCAM) selected Royal Philips Electronics' SpeechMagic to be implemented by Spanish IT provider Indra in all radiology departments.

iVoice to Enter Alternative Energy Sector

MATAWAN, N.J. - iVoice, Inc. board of directors authorized the management of the company to pursue a corporate strategy of seeking and acquiring technologies in the alternative energy sector.>

Rotary Lift Selects Pronexus veoMobile to Speech-enable Service Management

OTTAWA - Rotary Lift, a subsidiary of the Dover Corporation, is deploying Pronexus' veoMobile for their network of over 300 Rotary Authorized Installers (RAI).

American Business Awards Names Aspect's EnsemblePro 6.0 as Finalist for Best New Product

Aspect Software's Aspect EnsemblePro 6.0 has been named a finalist in The 2006 American Business Awards in the computer software category for Best New Product.

Cisco Systems to Acquire Metreos and Audium

Cisco Systems entered a definitive agreement to acquire the privately-held companies Metreos Corp of Austin, Texas, and Audium Corp of New York in two separate deals.

Viecore Promotes Thomas Brown to Chief Operating Officer

Viecore promoted Thomas F. Brown IV to chief operating officer.

Aspect Software Announces Availability of Aspect Unison Predictive Dialer 7.1

Aspect Software, Inc. released Aspect® Unison® Predictive Dialer 7.1, an outbound contact center solution.

Acapela Launches New Version of Virtual Speaker

>Acapela Group launched a new version of Virtual Speaker, a virtual recording studio.>

Envox Worldwide Ships Envox 6.3

WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Envox Worldwide introduced Envox 6.3, the latest version of its communications development platform.

Speech Technology News Features

Rolling Out High-Value Applications Services in Record Time

Case study by PIKA Technologies>

NuVoxx focuses on developing and marketing advanced IVR (Interactive Voice Response) services, which it  provides on a hosted model on a pay-per-use basis. The company also builds productivity solutions for call centers, and recently developed and deployed an advanced call recording and monitoring solution for NuComm International, its sister company and the largest privately-held Canadian provider of customer relationship and contact center services.>


 
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