Speech Technology eWeekly -
July 11, 2007
Speech Technology News
Envox CT ADE Powers Survey Solutions
WESTBOROUGH, Mass - Survey and database company True Tally has selected Envox Worldwide's Envox CT ADE IVR development tool to power its phone-based survey solutions.
Empirix IP Applications Test Portfolio Rated Avaya Compliant
Empirix's Hammer Test Portfolio was just recently rated to be compliant with key IP communications solutions from Avaya.
Rush Limbaugh Club Uses Vontoo Voice Messaging
MISSION VIEJO, Calif. -- When organizers of the Rush Limbaugh Club of Orange County, Calif. want to gather their fellow members, they turn to Vontoo voice messaging.
EVAS to Bring New Assistive Technology to the U.S.
Electronic Vision Access Solutions (EVAS) will begin distributing Software Express' GUIDE, a software suite with built-in speech technologies to help the blind and visually impaired use computers, throughout the United States.
Nuance Speech App Now Part of Salesforce.com
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 from Nuance Communications has been certified by Salesforce.com and is now available on the AppExchange, thereby speech-enabling salesforce.com's on-demand customer relationship management applications.
Snom Releases Phone Featuring VPN Security
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone manufacturer snom technology recently launched an IP business phone, the snom 370, which features advanced VPN security measures that provide complete voice traffic protection.
TuVox Unveils VoIP Speech Application Hosting Solution
TuVox has announced the availability of hosted TuVox On Demand applications with VoIP access.
Siemens Deploys Unified Communication Solution for Credit Union
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Insight Financial Credit Union has chosen Siemens' HiPath unified communications solution to replace its aging communications system.
Clarus Releases Automated IP Communication Testing Applications
Clarus Systems' ClarusIPC 2.3 is now available to help organizations optimize their VoIP technology investment.
WebDialogs Releases New Version Conferencing Solution
WebDialogs yesterday announced its enhanced version 8.0 of Unyte Meeting, an online conferencing service, is now available.
Aculab Introduces VoiceXML/CCXML Interpreter Software
Aculab announced the availability of its VoiceXML/CCXML interpreter software, allowing developers of VoIP and PSTN telephony solutions to implement standards-based interfaces to interactive voice response (IVR) systems, voice portals, conferencing services, voicemail, unified messaging platforms, and prepaid services.
UMass Calls on Cedar Point for VoIP
AMHERST, Mass. -- Cedar Point Communications has begun the first full-scale deployment of its voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solution on a college campus at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Accounting Firm Hires DialPro Northwest for Speech Attendant
BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Accounting firm Clark Nuber has selected DialPro Northwest for a voice-enabled telephone attendant system to automatically route and handle calls corporate wide.
LG-Nortel Licenses Global IP Solutions' VoiceEngine PC
SAN FRANCISCO -- LG-Nortel in Korea selected Global IP Solutions' (GIPS) VoiceEngine PC Advanced and VoiceEngine Mobile softphone applications to power its new unified communications solution and Phontage PDA and desktop PC telephony offerings.
Three Firms Leverage Global Crossing's IP Network and CDW to Simplify Telecommunications
VERNON HILLS, Ill. -- CDW Corp. provided design assistance to implement converged audio, video and data network solutions from Global Crossing for Summer Bay Resorts, Pentax Medical and The Riverside Co.
Aptuit Introduces Aptuit IVRS powered by Clarix
Aptuit yesterday introduced Aptuit IVRS powered by Clarix, a fully Web-integrated interactive voice response (IVR) system for companies performing drug trials.
TuVox Names VUI Design Center Leader
TuVox has named Silke Witt-Ehsani as the vice president of its TuVox Design Center for VUI Design and Speech Science.