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Wavelink Corporation (www.wavelink.com (http://www.wavelink.com) ) today announced the company will participate at SpeechTEK 2010 by demonstrating Wavelink@ Speakeasy during the SpeechTEK Labs in both the Innovative Solutions and Development Tools sessions.
SpeechTEK will take place Aug. 2-4, 2010 at the New York Marriott Marquis hotel. Wavelink will be presenting Monday, Aug. 2 at 10:15 am and Tuesday, Aug. 3 at 1:45 pm. Company experts will be presenting the voice-enabling technology for Wavelink.
During the lab sessions attendees will test drive the latest tools featuring voice applications (http://www.wavelink.com/products/speakeasy.aspx) and will better understand the technologies via a hands-on experience. In addition during the SpeechTEK Labs, judges will rate each entry and the winners will be included in an upcoming issue of Speech Technology magazine.
"More than 70 percent of mobile devices used in warehouses and distribution centers run a terminal emulation (http://www.wavelink.com/products/emulators.aspx) application to connect the devices to host systems, and the vast majority of this terminal emulation software is from Wavelink," said Mikkel Storm, senior product manager for Wavelink. "During SpeechTEK Labs, we will demonstrate how to easily voice-enable these existing applications with Wavelink Speakeasy. Attendees will be amazed at how fast, easy and cost-effective it is for an organization to start benefiting from voice-enabled technology."
Wavelink SpeakeasyWavelink Speakeasy easily adds text-to-speech and speech-to-text functionality to enterprise applications to increase productivity of the mobile workforce and IT staff and improve accuracy and performance of mobile applications and devices. It allows for hands-free data operation without modification to the host applications or requiring new hardware or servers, eliminating both implementation time and equipment costs.
When voice technology is utilized for data input and issuing directions in enterprise applications such as warehouse picking, the need for workers to enter data via the keyboard into the mobile computer is eliminated, which enables hands-free operation. The ability to combine voice with other types of data entry, such as bar code scanning, provides a further crosscheck to ensure that tasks are accurately completed. This results in an improvement in worker productivity and safety, as well as a reduction in errors.
About WavelinkWith more than 5 million licenses sold, Wavelink is the leading provider of multi-vendor mobile device management, wireless infrastructure management, terminal emulation, voice, and mobile application development software. Wavelink technology solves the unique challenges involved in deploying, managing and controlling today's enterprise mobility systems, and facilitates peak performance from frontline staff. More than 10,000 companies in the retail, manufacturing, government and logistics industries rely on Wavelink to accelerate application delivery, reduce device management and support costs, and tighten network security.
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