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Voiteq partners with Voice Interface Design

Voiteq partners with Voice Interface Design

Leaders in Voice-Directed Work within in their markets, Voiteq, headquartered in the UK and Voice Interface Design (VoiceID), headquartered in Australia, have announced a partnership enabling both companies to offer multinational solutions and support to customers throughout Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

As well as enhancing the ability of both companies to win and support global projects, the partnership also facilitates communications at all levels, enabling Voiteq and VoiceID to share market and best-practice information. The companies will establish joint project and support processes to ensure consistent, high-quality service to multinational customers.

“We strive to provide our customers a local service on a global scale”, commented David Stanhope, CEO of Voiteq. “Like Voiteq, VoiceID is a leader in their region, with a focus on quality solutions and excellent customer service. This partnership strengthens our global commitment and we’re delighted to be able to work more closely with the VoiceID team.”

“VoiceID’s culture embraces the new era of mobile computing and delivers the ever increasing need for actionable business insights. It is important for market leaders to co-innovate to solve challenges for the industry. Our partnership with Voiteq will give us the ability to innovate together and deliver future-proof solutions for our customers,“ said Nishan Wijemanne, CEO of VoiceID. “Voiteq’s extensive experience in voice and AIDC projects and broad geographic coverage, made them the perfect partner. We’re excited about the opportunity this partnership brings to our global customers and to our growth strategy.”


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