(PRWEB) July 19, 2006
Techknowledgey has been responsible for the increase in usage of Reallusion’s Crazy Talk (facial morphing and lip-syncing software) in the United Kingdom and Ireland for several years now and has seen the growth of sales of Reallusion’s range of products in schools, colleges and universities.
At BETT 2006 in London, the largest educational show in the UK, Techknowledgey launched Reallusion’s full-bodied, walking, talking avatar software called iClone, which works in conjunction with Crazy Talk. We demonstrated this software to teaching staff from throughout Europe and it worked extremely well with allegedly one of the most difficult languages to learn – Icelandic. As Crazy Talk's operation is based on phonemes, it means that it can also work with different languages and dialects. This in turn, allows us to provide the European education market the opportunity to try our software.
To help us access this new and exciting market, we are currently seeking software companies throughout Europe that are currently selling to the educational markets in their own country and would like to add an innovative tool such as Crazy Talk to their portfolio.
We are looking for quality companies that we can work with and which are focused on providing a superior level of customer care and development. In return, we will support your sales strategies through customer enquiries, promotional material and technical support.
For further information on our company and how we can help you increase your profits, visit our website at http://techknowledgey.eu and contact us if you wish further information.