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Aculab unveils brand-new website

24th January 2018, Milton Keynes, UK – Aculab, a leading provider of deployment proven speech technologies and APIs for communications applications, announces the launch of a brand-new website.


Over the last few years, Aculab has shifted emphasis – as have our customers – to the use of software and cloud-based products. To align with that new model, a website change was needed. And as we are entering the voice biometrics market, our latest product – VoiSentry – developed for speaker verification, is given prominence on the new website.


The website has been designed to allow Aculab to deliver its online presence and the gateway to the Aculab Cloud portal on one dedicated site, and has provided a re-structured and expanded set of features and documentation for the Cloud platform.


The site includes extensive product information to help customers understand Aculab’s complete range of solutions. Technical documents and customer case studies work together to provide a detailed overview of Aculab’s capabilities across a wide range of sectors and the site delivers a fully responsive experience, giving visitors a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing.

David Samuel, Aculab Managing Director and CEO said, "We are excited for our visitors to experience the new website, with a greater focus on the products and solutions they have been buying more recently. Samuel continued, "The new site will allow visitors to have a more enjoyable and informative experience as we continue to grow and increase our market presence."

About Aculab

Aculab is an innovative company that offers deployment proven speech technologies and APIs for communications applications. Its wide range of APIs serve the evolving needs of automated and interactive systems, whether on-premise, data centre hosted, or cloud-based.

Aculab offers development APIs for voice, data, fax, ASR, TTS, speaker verification, and SMS, on hardware, software and cloud-based platforms, giving users the choice between capital investment and cost-effective, ‘pay as you go’ alternatives. In addition, Aculab offers a range of signalling and media gateways.

Many years of experience in helping to drive its customers’ success has led to over 1000 customers, in more than 80 countries worldwide, including developers, integrators and service providers, adopting Aculab’s technology for a wide variety of business critical services and solutions.

Aculab's headquarters are located in Milton Keynes, UK, with offices in the USA.

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