Experts in the delivery and interoperability of Unified Communications (UC) solutions, Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) has over 15 million users relying on its solutions to maximize their productivity. With three decades of excellence in innovation, AVST is solely focused on delivering solutions that drive mobility, transform business processes and cultivate a greater level of communication.

When compatibility is not enough, AVST raises the bar by delivering the industry’s most interoperable UC solutions. The truth is the communication landscape is a collection of disparate systems that are more efficient when unified. AVST recognizes that today’s communications landscape utilizes voice, data, fixed and mobile networks, hosted, managed, cloud and premise-based deployments supplied by and supported through multiple vendors. AVST provides the interoperability thread that unites these disparate infrastructures.  

AVST provides highly-extensible solutions that interoperate with all the major telephone and e-mail systems, presence engines and business applications - protecting and extending customers’ investments now and into the future. AVST delivers best of breed UC applications including speech enabled unified messaging, intelligent call processing and personal assistant, and custom voice applications that tie into existing business process. With AVST, organizations can migrate to a centralized, distributed or cloud-based set of UC solutions at their own pace. AVST is Unifying Communications.

Headquartered in Orange County, Calif., AVST maintains facilities in Seattle, Wash. and the United Kingdom and has remote sales offices throughout the United States. AVST's UC solutions are sold and supported internationally by an extensive network of resellers and OEM partners. For more information contact Denny Michael, Vice President of Marketing, at 949-699-2300 or access the company's website at www.avst.com.

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