VoiceObjects Factory Now Available on Voxpilot's VoiceXML Gateway
BLACKROCK, IRELAND - VoiceObjects Factory, a Open Voice Application Platform for the creation of speech-driven services, has been fully integrated with Voxpilot's VoiceXML Gateway. VoiceObjects Factory© is based on VoiceObjects, core elements which are assembled into interactive dialogs of any complexity, following the lego principle. This technology ensures unparalleled ease of use and flexibility, and allows the designer or developer of a voice application to concentrate fully on optimal functionality. Voxpilot, the leading pan-European outsourced VoiceXML Gateway provider, has fully integrated the VoiceObjects Factory© to help companies across Europe build voice applications via VoiceXML, the industry standard for voice application development and deployment, which is now dynamically generated from VoiceObject definitions. "VoiceObjects Factory© has been designed for companies looking for an easy and rapid way of delivering powerful voice applications", says Dr. Jon Alcantara, the CEO of Voxpilot. "The benefits of speech-enabled applications - increased revenue, improved customer service, cost savings - are obvious to many companies, but they often lack the know-how to fully leverage the benefits of voice technologies. VoiceObjects Factory© enables the fast and easy construction of voice-controlled services for information, entertainment, customer services, and commercial transactions. These services are brought to end-users across Europe by Voxpilot." "Simplifying voice technologies has always been the core idea behind VoiceObjects Factory© , and with the support of the Voxpilot platform it gets even easier for potential customers and partners to just install our software and run it in an off-premises configuration with Voxpilot" explains Tiemo Winterkamp, Head of Product Strategy & Research. "Often interested companies aren't able to invest into a full voice environment with speech recognition and telephony components. These companies can now start deploying voice services to their customer."