Internet Speech's netECHO Voice Internet Solution to be Used in Tata Consulting's Products and Services Worldwide

SAN JOSE, CA --­ InternetSpeech, a voice Internet technology provider, announced that it has inked a deal with Tata Consulting Services (TCS). According to the agreement, TCS can now provide InternetSpeech's patent pending voice Internet technology, netECHO to customers in more than 50 countries. According to InternetSpeech, netECHO allows consumers and business executives to surf the Internet using any telephone in the world. TCS is integrating and deploying netECHO into its business and technology areas, ranging from end-to-end solutions for industries including telecommunications, insurance and banking, to service practices, such as e-business, application development and maintenance and engineering. TCS's initial focus is to bolster its technology solutions with netECHO's voice Internet capabilities for telecommunications, utilities, banking, financial services and healthcare companies. The company is also adding netECHO to its own voice portal technology offerings. "This deal further validates netECHO as the leading voice Internet solution, and shows the growing demand for immediate access to Web-based information in Asian markets," said Dr. Emdad Khan, founder, president and CEO of InternetSpeech. "With netECHO, TCS customers can expand their own businesses with a value-add service that instantly connects people to the entire Internet or Intranet with any mobile or land line telephone." "We foresee tremendous potential for voice-based products and services. Our partnership with InternetSpeech will bring significant value to our customers, as well as augment our own voice portal development process," said Mr. S. Ramadorai, CEO of TCS. "We are excited about integrating netECHO¹s break-through features in our products and services worldwide. This initiative will further underline our strong position in the global IT industry."
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