Frost & Sullivan Names BeVocal Product Differentiation Innovation Award Recipient

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - BeVocal has received Frost and Sullivan's Product Differentiation Innovation Award. The award recognizes the vendor that has best demonstrated the ability to develop and/or advance products with innovative capabilities and differentiate itself from its competitors. BeVocal was recognized for its portfolio of speech-enabled hosted self-service applications that give customers an alternative to owning and operating a premise-based infrastructure.

"After doing extensive research, we selected BeVocal as the standout player in this category due to the company's hosted services business model, performance-based pricing and innovation in customer ownership-enhancing services," said Krithi Rao, research analyst at Frost and Sullivan. "BeVocal does a solid job as an end-to-end solutions provider, taking care of application development, deployment, hosting and ongoing management and maintenance. The company's focus on post-deployment application tuning has proven highly effective for its clients, helping some achieve close to a 70% increase in call deflection rates within 12 months."

The Frost and Sullivan Product Differentiation Innovation Award recipient is selected by a team of analysts that track competing market participants' product differentiation strategies through ongoing research consisting of market participant interviews, end-user surveys, and extensive secondary research. The data compiled through this research is analyzed based upon specific measurement criteria for this award, including degree of differentiation innovation compared to other participants, positive impact on sales, time-to-market and benefit to end-users.

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