Crunched is a sales and marketing intelligence platform that helps its users close more deals with deeper insights into their customers. Crunched uses the Tropo and Phono APIs to provide conferencing services. Roger Billerey-Mosier, VP Engineering and Product at Crunched explained, “Tropo provides unmatched reliability and customer support. You need a partner that’s there 24/7, that has the deep expertise in telecoms, that has engineered a platform that I feel confident in running our business upon at scale. Voxeo Labs is that partner.”
Google recently released nearly $70M worth of opensource code to the world, in order to help improve real-time communications (RTC) over the Internet; they call it WebRTC.
Today we are proud to preview our experimental WebRTC support for the PhonoSDK. Since WebRTC is so new, it only runs in Google’s Chrome Canary experimental browser. The video below demonstrates an encrypted Phono-to-Phono – voice and video – P2P WebRTC experience in a Canary browser and we hope you’re impressed with what you see.
Note: there are a couple of additional videos on the page that demonstrate what else we are doing with Phono and WebRTC!
We are proud to feature Speak2Leads on this week’s Tropo Customer Spotlight. I sat down with Sammy James, the Founder and CEO of Speak2Leads, to discuss their business and how they are using Tropo (and Phono).
Remember when the iPhone was only available on AT&T? That was true until October 11, 2009 when a young coder named geohot (and friends) released the first iPhone/iPod jailbreak. Suddenly iPhones weren’t tied to to just AT&T…now you could give AT&T the boot and choose Verizon or T-Mobile as your service provider. Score!