iVoice Announces System Compatibility with Key Voice Technologies
MATAWAN, NJ - iVoice Inc., a provider in speech recognition technology, announced interoperability, providing speech recognition capabilities with its Speech Enabled Auto Attendant to Key Voice Interchange voice mail system from Key Voice Technologies, a provider of unified messaging and voice processing solutions.
Richard Medeiros of Voice Systems Inc. a Diamond distributor dealer for Comdial/ Key Voice has over 4000 systems installed. "We are very excited about our installations of the iVoice product. People are tired of dialing by name and listening to lengthy menus. They are much happier to just "say" the name or department they are looking for. It works well and is a great value added feature we can offer our existing client base. Speech enabled auto attendant is the wave of the future. We can easily integrate it to our clients systems, without a "forklift" upgrade. It also has allowed us to get into job sites that other dealers have sold, but the dealer has not kept up with speech enabled systems and technology advances offered by iVoice."
The iVoice Speech Enabled Auto Attendant allows businesses to incorporate speech recognition into their current communications systems without duplicating their current voicemail applications. Integration only requires the addition of a voice board that installs directly into the existing Key Voice system. The Key Voice Interchange solution integrates its already abundant features seamlessly into your phone system and local area network, letting your get the full value of the components you have in place.
"The ability of Comdial/Key Voice Interchange users to integrate speech recognition into their current system with our Speech Enabled Auto Attendant provides a valuable call handling feature that users have been demanding," stated Jerry Mahoney, of iVoice. "With a significant base of voice mail systems deployed throughout North America, Key Voice will be a great opportunity to increase our distribution channel."