FOOTHILL RANCH, CA: With the myriads of technology storming into the market, it isn’t difficult to think about an interface like executive personal assistant or as it is famously dubbed as the “voice based virtual assistant". The latest to join the revolution is Applied Voice & Speech Technologies (AVST), with its personal assistant product launch of Atom. The company’s portfolio product, CX-E 8.7 boosts up IT effectiveness with its personal assistant technology that ensures migration to the cloud, while being embedded with the Microsoft Hyper-V support for virtualization and GENBAND EXPERiUS integration.
AVST takes a leap forward in the business by delivering relevant and timely information to the caller, so as to meet the demand for workforce that expects instant feedback. It also delivers calls to the best advice, and it develops all these with the help of Wi-Fi network and geo-awareness sensor. Users just need to collaboratively work with the computers and side by engaging themselves in a running back and forth dialog to get the things done. The interface works while recognizing the ordinary human language.
The application helps tracking and identifying location and presence of the user while also showcasing the calendar status. Atom can automatically inform callers on the behalf of users, during his/her unavailability. It smartly bridges the gap for the workers by providing contextual information to callers during their absence while updating the outgoing voice greetings. Now callers have all the latest information, which can be beneficial in reaching out to clients through calls or messages.
Atom plays a pivotal role in driving the businesses forward that are hindered by neglected messages left in voicemail. Users can also use it in making calls on their personal smartphone, while still retaining the business caller ID. It further delivers voicemail and faxes to any of the email or mobile device.