Phonologies Announces InterpreXer SME Edition

MUMBAI, INDIA - Phonologies announced the release of its InterpreXer SME Edition. Based on Phonologies' flagship product InterpreXer 2.0, InterpreXer SME Edition, as the name suggests, is a Linux based pre-packaged VoiceXML 2.0 Browser with in-built DTMF and Synthesized Speech functionality and SIP support. The InterpreXer SME Edition is a 4-to-24 Voice-ready DTMF solution available at an affordable price, allowing access to in-house voice services systems. With InterpreXer SME Edition, businesses can develop and provide various voice-based services to their customers and employees, like making company information available on the phone, access to email, personal voice dialers etc. The package includes OA&M tools for configuration and application monitoring. The InterpreXer SME Edition offers enterprises the flexibility to upgrade to Speech Recognition support as per their convenience. CEO of Phonologies, Rajkiran Talusani was quoted saying, "With the InterpreXer SME Edition our customers are VoiceXML-ready, even as they continue to offer DTMF based services. We offer special migration packages to our SME customers who can select leading speech engines that are supported by our Platform." The InterpreXer SME Edition has been made available pre-bundled with Text-to-Speech technology provided by Cepstral. "Many of our customers needed an economical bundled solution that was also of a high quality. Cepstral was the obvious choice, as they have been recognized recently with two industry awards at the recent AVIOS/SpeechTek conference in San Jose." "This is not a cut throat policy. Being members of the Marketing Committee, VoiceXML Forum, it is our responsibility to bring VoiceXML into the mainstream in India and around the world. Technology should be not always be made available at high prices. Our partners have endorsed this view and together we will adopt a similar pricing strategy throughout our product range."
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