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Tropo Powered Virtual Call Center in 10 Minutes

Posted July 7, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
A few months ago, my colleague Dave Hoff and I blogged about a CouchDB based solution to enable a virtual call center powered by Phono - the jQuery extension that lets you build telephone and instant messaging clients inside a web browser. That series had a fairly heavy emphasis on the use of Asterisk as Read More >>


Posted May 21, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) as-a-Service can be powered via Tropo and SIP using this simple open source code provided below.  This service is perfect for adding speech recognition to your existing Asterisk, FreeSwitch, YATE, or enterprise app from the stone ages. Here's how it works! You can transfer a phone call via SIP from a Read More >>

Extending GoogeVoice with Tropo

Posted May 13, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
We are always excited to see developers using Tropo to extend GoogleVoice functionality and features by adding things like SIP and Call Forwarding and Call-In enhancements.  Terry Swanson (@FunnyBoy243) is one of these cool developers who wrote 2 of these extensions and opensourced them for others to share and contribute: Google Voice Call Forwarding Extender Read More >>