Voice Elements, .NET development tool for VoIP applications

Combining our .NET toolkit, Voice Elements®, with our new HMP Elements® SIP stack, the Voice Elements Platform is a compelling VoIP development and deployment environment.

Voice Elements Platform was written from the ground up, providing the most flexible and powerful SIP Stack and .NET development tool combination in the industry.

Choose your favorite Visual Studio language, build any voice application, then deploy on site with HMP Elements or in the cloud using our Telephony Bank hosting service.

Capitalize on your .NET talent, increase margin on your solutions, and maintain control with a complete platform created just for voice application developers. You have a unique challenge and our tools are tailor-made to make your work easier and more profitable.

Voice Elements:

A quick, easy but powerful telephony development toolkit for Microsoft .NET

Designed for companies that provide telephony-based or telephony-critical products or services, Voice Elements empowers companies to quickly create virtually any automated telephone application by leveraging their own internal .NET developers. Built on Microsoft’s .NET framework, the Voice Elements Developer Kit includes a comprehensive package of development goodies, including pre-made voice application modules, sample code tutorials, and reporting features such as call monitoring and logging.

HMP Elements:

More and more, businesses are looking to deploy their voice applications completely using VoIP, both for ease and cost-efficiency. HMP Elements SIP stack maintains the highest call progress analysis (CPA) accuracy in the industry, offering users frustrated with competing products a reliable and powerful platform to perform outbound applications. In addition, HMP Elements can scale very easily, handling anywhere from 2 to hundreds of channels per server.

For more information contact us at sales@inventivelabs.com or at www.voiceelements.com.

Created by: inventivelabs, Last modification: Mon 20 of Sep, 2010 (20:16 UTC)
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