San Diego, CA (March 20th, 2007) — LumenVox, an innovator of speech recognition software, announced today the 400th developer using the LumenVox Speech Engine for Asterisk within just six months of announcing the integration. The Speech Engine, through a direct interface to Asterisk Business Edition and open source Asterisk, is now powering applications from speech-enabled call routers to self-service contact center solutions.
"Hundreds of developers are now out there building sophisticated speech-enabled Asterisk applications. The true value of this effort is starting to be seen — enterprises are adopting this technology and seeing their profits increase because of the improved customer satisfaction that comes with the use of speech recognition," said Edward Miller, president of LumenVox.
Asterisk developer, Steve Prior, winner of the LumenVox Asterisk Speech Solution contest, added, "In my case, I chose to write my LumenVox speech-enabled application in Java which allowed me to interface with my home automation system. All of this works very well on a cell phone through the hands-free functions into a VoIP connection to my Asterisk server - even with the background noise level of highway speeds and snow tires."
To learn more about the LumenVox Speech Engine and integration with Asterisk, go to the Digium Partner Pavilion, booth 809 at VON. The event runs March 19th-22nd, 2007 at the San Jose Convention Center. For more information visit www.von.com and www.lumenvox.com.
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