Wizzard Software (NYSE Amex: WZE), announced today it has signed more than a dozen agreements to provide AT&T Natural Voices text-to-speech for public address announcements in trains, buses, airports and stations. Additionally, Wizzard announced redistribution licenses with several major providers of software to the transportation industry.

Government clients and private transportation companies are choosing AT&T Natural Voices text-to-speech solutions from Wizzard Software for deployment across a range of transportation related projects. From vending machines and PA systems to station announcements, real-time traffic reports and route updates, AT&T Natural Voices is emerging as a natural fit and clear choice.

“Wizzard has been licensing AT&T Natural Voices around the world for a large variety of applications where clear, natural-sounding voices and intelligibility are vital,” says Bruce Phifer, General Manager of Technology and Services for Wizzard Software. “This recent break-through into the transportation sector has us very enthused about that area of the market for text-to-speech technology.”

About Wizzard Software

Founded in 1996, Wizzard Software has become a leader in providing high quality speech technologies to the development community. Wizzard architects solutions to business problems using its expertise in consulting, speech development tools and building speech based applications for the Desktop and Internet. For more information, please visit www.wizzardsoftware.com.

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