iVoice Speech Enables the Borough of Leonia, NJ
MATAWAN, NJ -- iVoice Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IVOC), a provider of speech recognition technology, announced the installation of its Speech Enabled Auto Attendant at the Administrative offices of the Borough of Leonia, New Jersey. iVoice continues to penetrate the municipal market segment with this recent installation for Leonia on the heels of a previously announced installation for the General Sessions Court of Shelby County Tennessee. The Kelsey Group, a technology research firm located in Princeton, NJ, estimates fees for voice-access hardware, software and related services will reach $41 billion by 2005. "The Borough of Leonia required rapid deployment of a new system that addressed the ability of a caller to reach their intended party in an efficient manner. iVoice provided a solution using their speech recognition technology that fit into our restrictive budget," said John Perkins, borough administrator for Leonia. "Mr. Perkins expressed his concerns about the Borough's need to obtain a cost effective solution to handle incoming calls and the ability to project a professional image," said Jerry Mahoney of iVoice. "The installation of our Speech Enabled Auto Attendant was a perfect solution."