Technology Marketing Corporation’s INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine recently selected Interact Incorporated as a recipient for its 2009 Product of the Year Awards.
TMC (News - Alert) staff recognized Interact for its SPOT VoiceXML/CCXML Media Platform. The platform, called “SPOT,” offers high density media processing with call control signaling, IP and PSTN connectivity. This lets operators introduce and deliver new and innovative voice and data service offerings, including interactive voice response, voice portals, conferencing services, voicemail, unified messaging platforms and prepaid services, the company said.
One of the unique benefits of the platform is that users don’t have to worry about losing a call. Interact Inc.’s SIP-based VoiceXML SoftSPOT media platform offer failover support, so dropped phone calls can be a thing of the past, TMCnet recently reported.
“Interact Incorporated (News - Alert) is committed to developing world class solutions for the carrier marketplace,” said Greg Gissler, founder, vice president and chief technology of Interact, said. “SPOT’s recognition as INTERNET TELEPHONY’s Product of the Year reflects our ongoing commitment to innovation and product customization allowing our customers to quickly deploy robust, revenue generating applications in today’s demanding market.”
“Interact Incorporated has proven its commitment to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace,” Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC, said. “We’re happy to recognize and honor Interact for their development of IP communications technology. We look forward to more innovative solutions from them in the future.”
A full list of Product of the Year winners is available in the February issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
Amy Tierney is a Web editor for TMCnet, covering business communications Her areas of focus include conferencing, SIP, Fax over IP, unified communications and telepresence. Amy also writes about education and healthcare technology, overseeing production of e-Newsletters on those topics as well as communications solutions and UC. To read more of Amy's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Kelly McGuire