OTTAWA, ON– Pronexus, now in its 15th year of operation and developer of VBVoice the leading RAD (Rapid Application Development) Toolkit for IVR applications within a standards based Visual Studio .NET environment, announced today that VBVoice has been recognized for its superior performance by Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) and has been named as a recipient of the 2009 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
“This year marks our 15th anniversary in business, and we could not be more thrilled and honoured to be acknowledged with this award of excellence,” said Gary Hannah, President and CEO. “This award is a milestone in a year that has seen continued growth and success for Pronexus, none of which could have been possible without our customers, partners and dedicated employees. We remain committed to giving our customers the most powerful rapid application development IVR toolkit on the market and to maintaining our cutting edge competitive advantage.”
VBVoice is a rapid application development (RAD) tool that enables the creation of powerful, speech-enabled solutions including voice self-service, unified communications and interactive voice response (IVR) systems.
VBVoice's innovative yet easy-to-use GUI, with fully programmable controls allows developers to leverage their current programming skills in industry-standard languages such as VB.NET and C# thus providing a future-proof roadmap that ensures complete and total future compatibility while providing a smooth transitional roadmap to emerging IVR technologies.
“The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY were pleased to grant Pronexus with an INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award for their achievements in advancing IP communications and providing genuine solutions in the marketplace. VBVoice has proven its outstanding contribution to IP communications and delivered winning solutions for its customers,” said Erik Linask, Group Editorial Director of INTERNET TELEPHONY.
The 2009 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award winners are published in the October 2009 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, www.itmag.com.
Publish Date: January 18, 2010 3:28 PM