Pronexus Releases VBVoice 5.1
OTTAWA, CANADA - Pronexus Inc., a provider of computer telephony software solutions, announced the release of VBVoice 5.1, a telephony development environment that leverages the latest Microsoft .NET platform, Visual Studio 2003. VBVoice 5.1 features ISDN BRI support, call handling through TAPI and an application console for call routing and management. In addition, VBVoice 5.1 delivers a number of customer-driven enhancements: Support for the Dialogic BRI/2VFD telephony card; improved call handling using TAPI; and the enabling of call centers and hosting environments to answer and delegate calls to different applications. "Our telephony application is based on a modular architecture, where multiple slave programs are controlled by a master program," said Robin Balmforth of Techland, a U.K. based communications solutions provider. "The new application console enables us to automatically route calls and launch applications based on the number dialed by a caller. This feature alone will reduce our development time by weeks, if not months." "The market for telephony & speech applications continues to grow, and VBVoice enables developers to take advantage of the significant business opportunities that this presents," said Gary T. Hannah, president and CEO of Pronexus. "VBVoice 5.1 continues to define state-of-the-art: its innovations provide the rich capabilities required to rapidly produce the sophisticated applications that the marketplace demands, all within the familiar programming environment of Visual Studio 2003."