When you call a business one of two things will happen. Either somebody will answer the call (to route you to someone who can actually help) or you'll get a greeting that gives you some options.
Until recently I thought that the transition from traditional telephone systems was going to be soley to internet based VoIP service.
I woke up this morning and went to the office like any other day. When I walked in, I found it odd that nobody else had made it in, I'm usually the last to show up.
A long time ago when I was a lowly programmer for a check printing company we would constantly be hassled by some miserable middle management monkey to fill out a timesheet that actually asked ...
It takes more work to make something powerful easy to use and a lot of time to distill that power down to a clean, user-friendly experience.
Really, we mean it, we really do want to give you free phone service.
We coined a cool buzzword created a something interesting and new today and we're calling it a recognizer.
So here we are, tuning and tweaking our speech recognition engine. The process involves letting people call our development systems and basically putting them through their paces, pretty straight forward, right?
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