Pronexus Makes Its IVR Toolkit Free, Launches VBVoice 7
Pronexus, the developer of interactive voice response (IVR) toolkit Pronexus VBVoice, announced today a move to eliminate barriers to IVR development.
“We are lowering the total cost of IVR development by offering ouraward-winning IVR toolkit VBVoice free of charge. You can start developing an IVR application without upfront costs. The two runtime licenses included allow you to test and even deploy your application,” said Gary T. Hannah, CEO of Pronexus.
“This change enables Pronexus to rapidly expand its market share, especially in emerging geographies like Latin America and Asia," added Steve Brown, Pronexus' vice president of sales. "With VBVoice, any small company can afford a quality IVR solution and capitalize on benefits like improved customer service and streamlined internal processes, which have an impact on the bottom line. This move also lowers the barrier for mid-sized and large companies to explore what IVR technology can do for their business.”
VBVoice 7 includes support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 as well as Dialogic HMP 3.0 and SR6 PCI support for these operating systems. Also new is Visual Studio 2010 support. “I am excited about companies developing IVR applications without restrictions with a robust tool that supports the latest Microsoft and Dialogic technologies,” said Ankit Bhargava, marketing and sales director at Niche Tech Services.
VBVoice IVR software enables the creation of feature-rich IVR solutions including auto-attendants, automated payments, fax applications, notifications, polling and surveys. IVR applications built with VBVoice have been deployed by thousands of customers in numerous industries including banking, government, healthcare, insurance and utilities.
VBVoice integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio enabling leveraging familiar programming skills and industry-standard programming languages. It combines an easy-to-use visual call flow environment with fully programmable controls and options like speech recognition and text-to-speech. Time-saving features of VBVoice include a multi-lingual prompt library as well as tens of sample applications.