IVR

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IVR

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) International Vehicle Registration
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In addition to the above benefits, the contractor to the client / customer capacity on the Audiotex platform of the contractor ready.
Because of fears that the scamsters may have been operating internationally, the case is being raised with the watchdog International Audiotex Regulatory Network (IARN).
A third lottery company, Telefun International Ltd, has been given a five-year license, effective last February 1, to operate a game called Audiotex Tello, but little has been heard or said about that operation.
Under the new agreement, US Audiotex of San Ramon, California, will process tax credit-card payments by phone.
The product line includes IVR, voice messaging, automated attendant, audiotex, call accounting, text messaging, and development languages.
Beginning next year, taxpayers can pay IRS bills two ways with credit cards, either by calling a toll-free telephone number, run by US Audiotex of San Ramon, Calif.
But during the last few years, an increasing number of papers have opted for audiotex polls that ask readers with touch-tone phones to call and punch in their comic preferences for automatic tabulation by computer.
IVR (interactive voice response), fax and audiotex likely will follow.
the bill would require that an introductory message be appended to all interstate audiotex services.
Also discussed were applications in text-to-speech technology, large vocabulary speech recognition, interactive audiotex, interactive voice response, speech I/O interface for super workstations, military speech communications and applications, office automation, automating operator services using speech technology, factory/industrial automation, voice verification and security, emerging information services, Canadian activities, military R&D to operational environments, banking/brokerage, voice mail/voice messaging, international activities, software tools for technology development and application, neural networks, consumer products, speech coding, PC voice-based systems, Outbound technology, and information providers, services, products, and users.
Voice, data and video communication; Trends and developments in telecommunications; Wireless communication; Interactive video and data services; Teletext, e-mail, audiotex, voice mail; Fibre-to-the-home and satellite-based services; Business opportunities; Updates on deregulation in the Australasian region and around the globe.
Lebolt says his company also has had some success in bundling advertising, offering print, online and audiotex placements.