Wizzard’s Wavefile Factory Is Now Your Best Choice To Voice Enable Internal ELearning Projects

Wizzard Software (NYSE MKT: WZE) announced today the availability of a Discounted Licensing Package for Corporate e-learning projects. The Wizzard Wavefile Factory (WWF) is a Windows® based desktop product that uses state of the art AT&T Natural Voices® technology to create human sounding computer generated audio files in 20 unique voices and 8 different languages. With proper licensing, the audio files may be copied/placed within any application on any platform, making it an extremely versatile voice-enabling tool. The combination of the WWF and an internal company usage license for audio files is a cost effective and straight forward choice for internal corporate eLearning and informational deployment. To learn more, click here.

“Last year we announced the Wizzard Wavefile Factory to simplify the creation of text-to-speech audio files for a long list of projects that benefit from voice enablement; such as talking ATMs, Websites, Transportation and Alert Systems,” said Bruce Phifer, General Manager of Wizzard’s Technology and Services division. “Today we are announcing a licensing package aimed at one of the fastest growing areas on that list… internal corporate eLearning.”

The Wizzard Wavefile Factory extends the reach of AT&T Natural Voices SDKs, which are intended for the deployment/distribution of text-to-speech engines by clients with the skill set to build and deploy software applications. The Wizzard Wavefile Factory is designed for non-technical clients that have a need to generate and deploy only the voice audio files which may be licensed through Wizzard for use in a wide range of projects.

AT&T Natural Voices is widely acknowledged in the industry as the most natural-sounding synthesized speech system in the world, and Wizzard offers a variety of licensing models for the deployment/distribution of AT&T Natural Voices runtimes and wavefiles.

Wizzard invites Software Developers, Integrators and Corporate Business Clients to visit its website to sample the improved, high-end voice quality of AT&T Natural Voices and review information regarding licensing possibilities for this extraordinary technology in a wide range of projects. Leading the list of environments that will see tremendous advantage from humanistic voice enablement are international Kiosks, ATMs, eLearning, Websites, Broadcasting, Transportation & Informational, IVR, Simulators, Games, eBooks, Alerts, Assistive Apps and server based iPhone Apps. To learn more, click here.

About Wizzard

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: http://wizzardsoftware.com/speech_overview.php

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