SOURCE: T3 Telecom Software, Inc.

T3 Telecom Software, Inc.

April 26, 2010 15:00 ET

T3 Telecom Software, Inc. Releases Enhanced Voice Transcription Services for Its Unified Communications Platform

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - April 26, 2010) -  T3 Telecom Software today released the second generation of T3vT, its voice-to-text service, which enables users to read voice messages anytime and anywhere. With T3vT, organizations can offer enhanced unified communications capabilities to their end users by transcribing voice messages and sending them as text to a mobile device, IM client and/or as an email attachment to the inbox. T3vT is fully integrated with the T3main voice messaging platform so end users still have the option of listening to their voice messages through voicemail or an email inbox.

The new version of T3vT also allows end users to use "call record" functionality to record a conversation between two callers, have it transcribed and sent to the email inbox.

T3 Telecom Software has partnered with Yap to offer these enhanced capabilities to the market. T3vT is subscription-based, offered on an annual basis.

Benefits and capabilities of T3vT

  • Receive urgent messages almost immediately through a fully automated transcription service
  • Read voicemails through a variety of applications and devices
  • Maintain transcriptions of phone conversations in addition to voice mail messages
  • Access voicemails in less than perfect environments for audio, such as a meeting, traveling or in a noisy setting
  • Enhance message management - voicemails and phone conversations can be easily referenced, stored, indexed or forwarded
  • Access critical messages without having to navigate through voicemail menus

"Our T3main platform continues to be on the cutting edge of unified communications technology with our improvements to the voice transcription service," states Yaniv Livneh, CEO of T3 Telecom Software. "In addition to transcribing voice messages and phone conversations, organizations can provide presence capabilities to end-users. With the new generation of transcription technology offered by Yap, this service is fast and reliable."

"By rolling out automated voicemail-to-text capabilities and phone call transcription services, T3 Telecom has clearly established itself as an innovator in advanced unified communications solutions for the enterprise," said Igor Jablokov, CEO at Yap. "Yap's automated speech transcription services enable breakthrough user experiences that make everyday tasks, like voicemail and phone calls, easier and more convenient."

About T3 Telecom Software

Since 1991 T3 Telecom Software has been designing innovative messaging solutions. We provide a comprehensive unified communications product that provides scalable and reliable voice messaging, unified messaging, and call routing environments, enabling organizations to communicate effectively.

Looking to future trends to offer cutting-edge solutions, we also put strong emphasis on our core set of comprehensive messaging functionality. Our solutions, built on Linux for maximum flexibility and performance, fit effortlessly into a VoIP, traditional TDM PBX or hybrid strategy while enabling customers to leverage their existing infrastructure investment. Unique clustering and networking capabilities and a distributed architecture allows multi-site organizations to standardize on one solution for their telephony services needs.

About Yap

Founded in 2006, Yap® pioneered the world's first high accuracy, fully automated cloud-based speech recognition platform. The Company offers a simple, scalable and cost effective approach to implementing advanced speech transcription services. Today, service providers and enterprise communications companies including MetroPCS, Microsoft and Sprint use Yap's Speech Cloud™ to quickly deploy innovative applications such as voicemail-to-text, mobile messaging, conference call transcription and call mining. The Company is headquartered in Charlotte with offices in Atlanta, Boston and San Francisco. Yap is privately held and institutionally financed by SunBridge Partners and Harbert Venture Partners.

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