Voice Markup Language,
VoxXML DEFINITION: VoxML (Voice Markup Language) is a technology from Motorola for creating a voice dialog with a Web site in which a user can call a Web site by phone and interact with it through speech recognition and Web site responses. VoxML (TM) allows a developer to create a script of the conversation a user can have with an application program run by a Web server. The user calling in is connected to a client
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By taking advantage of the Voice XML platform (VXML) to manage infrastructure scale and support, companies are freeing up IT dollars and resources to focus on creating best-in-class customer experiences using IVR applications. This webinar will provide you with key information necessary to execute a comprehensive PaaS strategy using VXML.
Posted: 27 May 2010 | Premiered: Jun 8, 2010, 11:00 EDT (15:00 GMT)
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Posted: 16 Aug 2007 | Premiered: Aug 29, 2007, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)
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