company_name = VoiceWeb S.A.
company_type = Privately Held
foundation = 2001
company_slogan = We give your company a voice
location = Athens, Greece
key_people = Founders: Dr. Nikos Patsis and Dr. Damianos Hatziantoniou

CEO: Dr. Nikos Patsis

CCO: Panayotis Gezerlis

CTOO: Levon Soukissian
industry = Call Center Automation
products = speech recognition, speech synthesis, VXML
homepage = [http://www.voiceweb.gr http://www.voiceweb.gr]
__NOTOC__ [http://www.voiceweb.gr VoiceWeb] is a privately held company that delivers speech enabled products and applications to replace the now obsolete DTMF systems for their clients. The company specializes in highly interactive voice user interfaces with natural language understanding and several degrees of freedom.


----The company was founded in March 2001 by Dr. Nikos Patsis & Dr. Damianos Chatziantoniou and launched the first Greek Voice Portal in May 2001. Since then, the company has become the premier Speech Application Developer and Value-Added Service Provider in Greece and has offices in Athens, Greece and Guatemala City, Guatemala. Amongst the major stockholders are [http://www.inqlab.gr/ InQLab] , the 1st Greek incubator of technology startups and SETE Ventures, a Venture Capital located in Geneva. VoiceWeb is certified with ISO 9001:2000 for the design, development and implementation of Speech Applications and Telephony Services.


----VoiceWeb offers a variety of speech enabled products in the following areas:

* Ticketing applications for
** Entertainment
** Transportation
** Sports
* Voice Portals
* Automated Ordering Systems
* Value Added Services
* Call Center Automation
* Computer Telephony Integration
* Integrated Voice Banking Systems
* Embedded Voice Systems
* Interactive Voice and Video Response (IVVR) systems and other multimodal applications

The company also delivers SMS systems and applications as well as complete web based control and administration panels for their products.

VoiceWeb is a [http://www.voicexml.org/supporters_list.asp#v supporter member] of the VXML [http://www.voicexml.org Forum] , and a partner of Envox Worldwide.


----VoiceWeb's customers include [http://www.wind.com.gr WIND Hellas] (ex TIM Hellas), Vodafone Hellas, [http://www.qtelecom.gr/ Q-Telecom] , [http://www.villagecinemas.gr/ Village Cinemas] , Hellenic Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Labour, First Data, [http://www.tellas.gr Tellas] , [http://www.emporiki.gr Emporiki Bank] and many others.

References and Links

# [http://www.envox.com/resources/case-studies.asp#cs2 VoiceWeb Voice Ticketing for Village Cinemas] , case study at [http://www.envox.com envox.com]
# [http://www.speechtechmag.com/ME2/Audiences/dirmod.asp?sid=&nm=&type=Publishing&mod=Publications::Articles&mid=B7BB551B6DFB4BADB57590AFD5ADF85B&tier=4&id=2F9F871E6B484D7BAAEDA6E774123E43 Village Cinemas VoiceWeb Voice Ticketing Solution] at speechtechmag.com
# [http://www.loquendo.com/en/news/news_pythia_taxi.htm The Pythia Taxi Dispatching System in Greece] by VoiceWeb and Loquendo

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