According to T3i Group‘s latest research, the global interactive voice response (IVR) market, which includes speech recognition, will grow to $514 million by 2013, up from an estimated $431 million this year, due in part to the growth in VoiceXML (VXML) technology. The market for IVR is gaining new life due to a resurgence of self-service applications; the power of VXML to link Web applications to voice; and increasingly sophisticated outbound applications, including video on cellphones,” noted Ken Dolsky, Program Director for T3i Group’s InfoTrack for Converged Applications program. “Every vertical segment has some unique opportunities, and vendors are providing both solutions and guidance as to how IVR can improve the total customer experience with customer-pleasing applications to replace the stereotypical perception of IVR as only an endless loop menu.” T3i Group segmented the analysis in this report by technology, […]
According to the recent Forrester Enterprise And SMB Networks And Telecommunications Survey, North America And Europe, Q1 2009, 32% of the 279 network and telecommunications managers surveyed indicated they planned to upgrade their IVR in the next 12 months. Before a decision is made, companies need to consider their options for upgrading their IVR and compare the differences between premise based and network based voice portals. Voice portals are standard based platforms that support multiple speech or touch tone applications. Forrester’s survey indicates 22% of companies plan to add speech applications this year to improve automation of customer transactions and provide better customer service. Look For the Solution That Best Fits Your Business Network based services provide a means to support advanced applications from a carrier’s network. The benefits of network based services are flexible OPEX pricing and faster time […]
According to DMG Consulting, the next two years are going to be sweetbacked, money-raking years: The Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Market to Grow to $2.7 Billion by 2011. It’s now a better time for IVR with Innovation, quick deployments, and cost effective products with a high-value proposition and rapid ROI; VXI* VoiceXML browser solutions are aligned with this vision. In a press release, the consulting firm said that the recession has actually sped up the pace of IVR adoption and “infused momentum into the hosted/managed service” market-the latter being a trend that we’ve all been noticing around the office since back in January. “Self-service IVR solutions are important for enterprises in good times and become critical when budgets are tight, because they are highly effective in automating interactions that do not require the cognitive capabilities of live agents,” says Donna […]
This is great new from the US for american 3G interactive services market evolution! Reston, VA, September 4, 2008 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today reported that after a slower start, the United States has caught up with Western Europe in the adoption of 3G with 28.4 percent of American mobile subscribers having 3G devices versus 28.3 percent in the largest countries in Europe. The number of U.S. subscribers with 3G enabled devices has grown 80 percent to 64.2 million during the past year. The market has responded enthusiastically as mobile vendors have rolled out their enhanced networks and a new crop of 3G enabled devices. The only individual major European countries exceeding the U.S. in 3G penetration are Italy and Spain. Complete link information here.
According to last 2008 Datamonitor‘s report and a referenced DestinationCRM‘s article, global investment in IVR licenses will increase from $475 million in 2006 to $845 million by 2012, in large part due to the adoption of VoiceXML. In a shift away from open-standard IVR platforms, these new statistics show approximately 69 percent of all IVR shipments will be VoiceXML-based platforms. A resume of most important facts of this can be read bellow that are in line with our VXI* evolution outcomes.
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