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Looking for: VoiceXML 2.0 Gurus for Non-Profit Work

From: Jacob Shwirtz <Jacob@GAZM.org>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 11:35:32 -0400
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I am currently helping a large non-profit Alzheimer's research
organization launch a website filled with information and resources. One
of the more complicated aspects to what we're doing is connecting most
of the information to an automated phone system. VoiceXML 2.0 keeps
coming up as a likely solution for the issue so I'd love to get through
to some people who have experience implementing these kinds of systems.

The site is being created in ASP.NET with SQL Server on Windows 2000.
Various public and private databases are all being acquired and imported
into our own database. They range from information on clinical trials to
funeral houses and everything in between.

The concept is simple - an 800 number that people can use to access all
the info in those databases either by entering their zip code or
speaking simple commands.

So - have you done these sorts of things? Interested in being a part of
the team? Let me know! Aside from that, we are still early in the
process of researching solutions and figuring stuff out so any input
provided would be awesome!

Thanks a lot for your help,

Jacob Shwirtz

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