iVoice Releases Enhanced Name Dialer Based

MATAWAN, NJ - iVoice Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IVOC), a developer of speech recognition technology, announced the release of the latest version Name Dialer allowing users to make calls via spoken voice by using the telephone in their office or by using their PC microphone. "We intend to capitalize on the recent patent pending notification received on our Name Dialer by creating a feature rich application that incorporates all of iVoice call processing technology," said Jerry Mahoney of iVoice. "While we have traditionally focused on product development in an attempt to build an entire suite of speech enabled telephony products, the receipt of this patent we believe to be the turning point towards increasing revenues and we look forward to positive outcomes on our remaining patent applications." The latest version of the Name Dialer incorporates such features as a dial by number option, remote access to electronic address books, a Telephone Application Program Interface or TAPI and a screen pop-up window displaying the intended contact information. The iVoice Name Dialer is an automatic phone dialing system which imports the necessary contact information (names and phone numbers) from contact management programs such as Microsoft Outlook, ACT and Gold Mine. While sitting in front of their PC, or by picking up their telephone, the user says the name of the person whose name is in their contact list, and the Name Dialer searches the user's contact list and dials their intended party. The user's phone rings and the call to their contact is in progress.
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