PlumVoice's Developer Site Sees 250 Percent Increase in its Enrollment
July 23, 2010
By Anshu Shrivastava
, TMCnet Contributor
There has been 250 percent increase in the enrollment for access to Plum Voice’s developer site over the last three months, according to Plum’s officials.
The developer site of Plum offers programmers, as well as those with less technical expertise, the ability to access Plum’s Web-based IVR application development tools. Company officials said that Plum’s site build Web-based IVR applications can be deployed via Plum’s hosted IVR platform or with an onsite IVR system.
The support for VoiceXML (News - Alert) speech recognition and text-to-speech enables the developer site to offers access to a full-featured telco grade IVR platform. Moreover, the recent announcement of QuickFuse has attracted business users who need the ability to control and deploy IVR applications in a more rapid fashion, according to company officials.
Additionally, programmers and business administrators are enrolling to access Plum’s updated support forum, VoiceXML reference material, and technical library.
Company officials said that these reference materials allow the users to learn VoiceXML basics, automate a company’s most frequent phone calls. In addition, they can also create innovative voice applications using speech recognition and text-to-speech.
Plum Voice is provider of custom IVR solutions and services. Earlier last month, the company announced availability of QuickFuse, an intuitive cloud telephony service to create smarter voice applications.Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny