Voice Assist, Inc., a hosted speech services provider that offers cloud based speech recognition technology designed to voice enable mobile applications, and Adaptel Communications, a company that focuses on providing service to the visually impaired community, have both announced that they have entered into a reseller agreement. In accordance to the agreement, Adaptel will be bundling Voice Assist with flat rate VoIP service/mobile phone service. They will also provide for a virtual assistant and live assistant as an affordable add-on to its existing lines.
“Voice Assist is pleased to be chosen by Adaptel Communications to provide one-button access to a virtual assist that responds to voice commands on demand,” said Michael Metcalf, Chairman and CEO of Voice Assist. “This agreement demonstrates the diversity and capabilities of Voice Assist’s unique, patent-pending platform. Our hosted speech services can provide a better quality of life for the visually impaired, in addition to the more consumer-focused benefits such as hands-free safe driving and business communications.”
Voice Assist is offering one-button access to a virtual assistant that responds to voice commands on demand. Also, Voice Assist is offering enhanced operator services on a 24/7 schedule to enable live personal assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Voice Assist cloud-based solutions operates with any telephone or IP-connected device (for example the iPhone®, Blackberry®, Android™ phones, the iPad® and other tablets) and will provide for a voice-enabled communication solutions for the younger generation, veterans, and other adults who may be visually impaired so they have the ability to call, email, text, or post by the use of their voice.
“There are over 58 million Americans with disabilities, creating a huge need and opportunity for assistive technology in education, employment, transportation, and emergency usage,” said Dr. Edward C. Nicholson, CEO & President of Adaptel Communications. “The one-button service that Voice Assist is providing for these individuals to access telecommunications will make these individuals more productive and independent. Telecommunications services for the visually impaired also play a critical role in life-threatening emergencies. Numerous reports show that the safety concerns of the relatives of elderly parents are addressed when the senior citizens can easily access telecommunications services. With the Adaptel products and Voice Assist platform, we can easily address these concerns.”
Adaptel Communications will be deploying out Direct Sales Personnel (DSP’s) and Master Agents (MA’s) to promote and market the bundled solution to business to business (B2B), business to customer (B2C) and business to government (B2G) customers. Additionally, Adaptel plans to offer their services with no credit check and no term contract on a low flat-rate basis.
For more information on Adaptel Communications, visit their website www.adaptelcommunications.com
Get more information on Voice Assist at www.voiceassist.com