audiotex


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audiotex

A voice response application that allows users to enter and retrieve information over the telephone. See IVR.
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By far the biggest remaining question is whether Visa will join other card companies on the Audiotex system.
We're seeing a great many more audiotex surveys," said Tribune Media Services editor Mark Mathes.
Future applications such as fax store-and-forward, audiotex and IVR can also use the platform's voice and data handling capabilities.
A prime illustration of how database and audiotex technology can combine to form a powerful selling tool is the PRIZM 900 service offered by Telesphere Communications, a provider of 900 network services, based in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.
We do not use the Internet as a giveaway" he says, but rather when making an Internet sale we also try to sell a bundle including print and audiotex.
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Audiotex, the company that donated the system to the county.
The system, called the "STD InfoLine," has three components: an audiotex application, a referral service and a data collection facility.
For the mass market, Jet Multimedia creates, aggregates, delivers and promotes content and services for mobile WAP, I-mode, SMS, MMS, Internet web sites and audiotex.
Web technology is also meeting the oldest version of the interactive newspaper, audiotex, at TMS' Voice News Network, which now serves online publishers as well as printed news papers.
Neubarth notes that Mecklermedia plans to expand the audiotex service to include a team of live consultants as the demand for information about the Internet continues to grow.
The Post-Bulletin is one of a growing number of newspapers utilizing audiotex technology to further strengthen their image as complete information providers.