iVoice Introduces New Feature to its Speech Recognition Solution
MATAWAN, NJ - iVoice Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IVOC), a develoer of speech recognition technology, announced a new feature to its Speech Enabled Auto Attendant that provides a virtual office for off-site employees. While out of the office, employees can be located on their cell phone, a home phone or even a hotel phone. By saying "locate", iVoice will transfer the caller to any desired phone number ensuring a connection is made. The new feature can provide transparency to incoming callers trying to reach employees working at home or out of the office. The Speech Enabled Auto Attendant can be configured to transfer all incoming calls directly to another telephone number, whereby callers are forwarded to that specific remote telephone number thus creating a virtual extension. "This is a great new feature which we added to meet the needs and requests of end-users of our Auto Attendant," said Jerry Mahoney, of iVoice. "We strive to make our Auto Attended the most accurate and economical solution available and can clearly demonstrate the cost effectiveness of deploying our application." The iVoice Speech Enabled Auto Attendant allows businesses to incorporate speech recognition into their current communications systems without duplicating their current voicemail applications. Using a customized dictionary of names and extension numbers, callers contact their intended party using their spoken voice. The Speech Enabled Auto Attendant has received the Editor's Choice Award from TMC Labs and is featured in Communications Solutions Magazine's November 2001 issue.