iVoice obtains iSeries ServerProven status

iVoice obtains iSeries ServerProven status

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iVoice, iMessaging Systems Inc.'s powerful Interactive Voice Response solution for the iSeries (AS/400), has obtained IBM's ServerProven certification. The recognition of iVoice as ServerProven provides customers with the assurance that Big Blue has validated iVoice's operation and performance on the iSeries platform.

"The qualification of as IBM ServerProven clearly positions iVoice as the leading interactive voice response solution for iSeries shops. Our iSeries centric design has been a key differentiator in the iSeries space, now with the ServerProven status iVoice is the hands down leader for interactive voice response on the AS/400," notes Karen Sedlar, President of iMessaging Systems Inc.

iVoice iSeries (AS/400) centric design means that iVoice interactive voice response is controlled and programmed directly on the iSeries (AS/400) using native programming languages and techniques. The result is that AS/400 programmers work in the "comfort zone" thus dramatically reducing the learning curve associated with IVR application design and coding. As well, iVoice maintenance and operations are iSeries based, again simplifying the environment.

About iMessaging Systems
iMessaging Systems strives to be the leading provider of "automated customer service" solutions for IBM iSeries 400 users. We continue to build our portfolio of solutions and team with our clients to enhance their customer service practices and ensure cost effective use of technology. Leading the way, our iVoice - IVR solution represents the foundation of our offerings. At iMessaging, quality, support, value and leading technology are the cornerstones of our approach.

For more information, visit www.iMessagingSystems.com or email to info@iMessagingSystems.com.

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