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Allworx Announces Speech Recognition Capabilities Utilizing Incendonet on the 6X and 24X VoIP PBX

Updated: January 07, 2011

East Rochester, NY and Encinitas, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2009 -- Allworx, www.allworx.com, which develops Internet Protocol-based (IP) phone systems that deliver new capabilities and efficiency to small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), and Incendonet, Inc., www.incendonet.com, a leading provider of speech recognition solutions for the enterprise, today announced that companies using the 6X and 24X for their IP-PBX communications needs can now add speech recognition-based solutions in a plug and play manner to improve customer service, reduce operating costs and increase mobile worker productivity with Incendonet’s SpeechBridge®.

SpeechBridge is the perfect complement to the Allworx VoIP offerings, with its integrated speech-attendant, email and calendaring applications customers will begin realizing a return on their investment from day one. Through extensive interoperability testing, Incendonet and Allworx have verified their customers will receive the latest benefits of speech recognition-based solutions as a plug-and-play enhancement to their IP phone system.

“Combining Incendonet’s SpeechBridge technology with the Allworx advanced line of IP PBXs and straight-forward SIP implementation brings powerful communication capabilities to the SMB market not before possible,” said Jason Beckett, director of sales at Allworx. “These complimentary offerings help SMBs compete in today’s competitive business environment with advanced communications solutions at an appropriate price point.”

“We are excited to collaborate with Allworx and mutually certify our offerings to be interoperable,” said Tim Kruse, VP of sales and business development at Incendonet. “Now with Allworx and SpeechBridge, smaller businesses can benefit from the latest VoIP and speech recognition technologies previously reserved for only the largest enterprises.”

About Incendonet, Inc. Headquartered in Encinitas, California, Incendonet, Inc. is a software development company bringing speech recognition solutions to enterprises of all sizes. With the SpeechBridge® family of products, enterprise speech has never been as easy or cost effective to implement. SpeechBridge appliances are available directly from Incendonet and through select VARs and IP-PBX OEM partners. For more information about SpeechBridge and how automated speech recognition solutions can benefit your organization, please visit www.incendonet.com or call (760) 944-7698 and say “sales.”

About Allworx: Allworx, a wholly owned subsidiary of PAETEC Holding Corp., develops award winning, phone & network systems for small-to-medium sized businesses through a network of authorized resellers. The product line includes the Allworx 6x and 24x systems and Allworx 9224 phone and Tx 92/24 Expander, 9212 and 9202 phones along with a series of software options. By combining the advanced features of today's VoIP systems with the key system features SMBs have grown to rely on, Allworx systems are ideal replacements for the millions of aging (TDM) PBX and key phone systems in use today. Allworx' Consulting Division delivers elite software and digital hardware engineering services to both large and small companies who want to enhance and compliment their research and product development capabilities. For more information, please visit www.allworx.com.

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