FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif., (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST), a leading provider of unified communications solutions for businesses of all sizes, is showcasing its flagship platform, CallXpress®, at VoiceCon® Spring 2006 this week in Orlando, Fla. AVST is emphasizing unified messaging and speech enabled call management for the enterprise as it demonstrates the capabilities of the CallXpress product line at Island Booth #535 in the exhibit hall at Gaylord Palms Hotel.
During the conference, AVST’s President and CEO, Hardy Myers, will deliver a product briefing titled “Messaging in an IP World” on Tuesday, March 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Briefing Room 2. “Communications technology is rapidly changing due to the integration of voice and data applications, the workforce is becoming more mobile and is rapidly demonstrating acceptance of IP telephony,” said Myers. “This product briefing will demonstrate how companies can implement strategies to embrace these changes without having to completely replace their existing communications infrastructure.”
VoiceCon, now in its 16th year, is the leading conference and exhibition for enterprise voice, IP telephony and convergence in North America. VoiceCon brings decision makers together with the industry's pioneering end users, vendors and consultants to focus on the issues central to enterprise voice networks and the migration to IP telephony and convergence. “We are leveraging this forum to emphasize the trend to replace outdated voice mail systems with robust unified messaging and advanced speech enabled call management solutions,” added AVST’s Vice President of Marketing Denny Michael.
AVST’s flagship product, CallXpress, delivers advanced unified messaging and speech-enabled capabilities that are designed for companies of all sizes. The solution combines voice, fax and email messages in one inbox and makes them accessible via telephone, wireless device or computer. CallXpress allows employees to communicate and collaborate more productively and effectively because users can receive and respond to messages anywhere, anytime. That means customers aren't left waiting, mobile workers are accessible and urgent messages are available right away. CallXpress greatly increases service levels and also provides a consistent corporate interface to the customers.
Always striving to provide the most convenient and cost effective solutions in the market to better serve its customers and reseller channel, AVST recently announced a new line of telephony servers that offer a bundled, all-in-one voice and data communications platform for convenience, high performance and scalability. The telephony server product line, which gives users a single point of contact for all of their messaging needs, features three versions: the CallXpress T-2000 telephony server offers a cost-effective communications solution for small-to-medium businesses; the CallXpress I-4000 and the CallXpress I-6000 telephony servers are powerful, high performance servers ideal for medium to large enterprises.
AVST has over 35,000 systems installed worldwide and an impressive list of customers, including many Fortune 1000 companies, professional sports teams, healthcare facilities, universities and government agencies. AVST also has a long-term OEM relationship with Ericsson, which distributes CallXpress worldwide in 15 languages under the "OneBox™" brand. With strong distribution partners including Verizon's Enterprise Solutions Group, Altura Communication Solutions and Norstan Communications as well as more than 200 independent resellers worldwide, AVST is poised for ongoing success and rapid growth.
Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) is a leading developer of unified communications solutions for businesses of all sizes. Through its world-class unified communications platform, CallXpress®, and its innovative speech applications module, Seneca®, AVST offers the industry’s most powerful suite of switch-independent unified communications solutions. AVST’s solutions enable direct access to an enterprise’s communications infrastructure including voice mail, email and fax messaging from any voice or data device via a touch-tone, GUI or speech interface. Established in September 2003, AVST was formed from the combined businesses of Sound Advantage (established in 1997) and the AVT division (established in 1982) of Captaris, Inc.
Headquartered in Orange County, CA, AVST maintains facilities in Seattle, WA and the United Kingdom and has remote sales offices across the United States. With over 35,000 systems installed worldwide, AVST’s unified communications solutions are sold and supported internationally by an extensive network of resellers and OEM partners. For more information contact Denny Michael, VP of Marketing at 949-699-2300 or access the company's website at http://www.avst.com.
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