Digium and Incendonet Extend Asterisk with Speech Recognition Solutions

digium_logo.gifDigium and Incendonet announce that companies using Asterisk for their IP-PBX communications needs can now add speech recognition-based solutions in a plug and play manner to improve customer service, reduce operating costs and increase mobile worker productivity with Incendonet’s SpeechBridge.

Digium is the creator, sponsor and driving force behind Asterisk, the most widely used open source telephony software. The company’s product lines include a wide range of software and hardware that enable businesses to implement turnkey unified communications solutions or to design their own VoIP systems. Software developers, resellers and telecom professionals choose Digium’s products because only Digium delivers the technical superiority, security and flexibility associated with Asterisk.

Incendonet empowers organizations to add advanced speech capabilities as a seamless enhancement to their IP-PBX and other IT network investments at a price point never before possible for enterprise speech recognition technology. SpeechBridge is the perfect complement to core enterprise applications, and with its integrated speech-attendant, email and calendaring applications customers will begin realizing a return on their investment from day one. With an emphasis on ease of deployment, self-configuring technology allows for SpeechBridge to be provisioned and deployed in under an hour. Now all the benefits of automated speech recognition technology are no longer reserved for large enterprises and call centers.

Posted on Sep 22, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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