Philips Speech Processing has more than 20 years' experience in the development and deployment of corporate voice-dialing solutions and has more than 300 voice dialing systems installed nationwide.
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Philips Speech Processing has added Danish, Finnish and Australian English language support for SpeechPearl and SpeechMania, the newly enhanced speech recognition and natural language recognition software for Telecom services and business applications such as speech portals, directory assistance, name dialing and customer service automation.
Specifically, the study concluded that more than 80 percent of respondents recommended Philips Speech Processing products, and 85 percent of the respondents said the company provides the most user-friendly software on the market because it is easy to implement into current workflow patterns.
We are pleased that Philips Speech Processing has agreed to market and sell FreeSpeech 2000 through WinSpecPro," said Sanjeet Saxena, WinSpec's vice president of corporate development.
This integration is part of the expanded partnership Philips Speech Processing and Nuance Communication recently announced in order to better integrate speech recognition with SpeechExec.