Ottawa, Ontario – July 9, 2013 – Pronexus is proud to announce that Howard, Day and Associates, Inc., a VBVoice developer, is actively deploying their new Atir-7 Voice applications using VBVoice™ 8, the new IVR rapid application development toolkit released on May 15, 2013 by Pronexus. Howard, Day and Associates, Inc. is an OEM for IVR applications, and various government agencies rely on Howard Day products every day for critical interactive voice solutions.
As a long-time partner and developer using VBVoice, Howard, Day and Associates, Inc. worked closely with Pronexus during the beta test phase of the newly released toolkit, VBVoice 8 and provided valuable feedback to the Pronexus architecture and development team. With the new release of the software toolkit, Howard Day is now developing their interactive voice components in the latest Microsoft® Windows operating systems and environments. This new release is also supports Microsoft® Visual Studio 2012 which makes developing more efficient and effective than ever.
"Visual Studio 2012 is a powerful feature rich tool, and using VBVoice 8 in the new Visual Studio makes developing interactive voice solutions for our US government customers more efficient and effective than ever. Best of all Visual Studio 2012 supports legacy styles which make converting legacy applications very simple," said Jeffrey Howard, President of Howard, Day and Associates.
Mr. Howard also had this praise for the new VBVoice 8 release. "The release issued on May 15 of this year provides a significantly improved interface; in fact this new release of VBVoice is the best I've seen yet. It is a very stable product to use, and we have always been very appreciative of the outstanding support that we have received from the Pronexus support team during our development and deployment phases."
Howard, Day and Associates, Inc. has been a successful partner of Pronexus VBVoice since 2009.
The Atir-7 Voice Self-Service Product from Howard Day and Associates is a feature rich, cost-effective interactive voice solution developed to create complex self-service applications. Atir-7 Voice has been deployed for all different types of self-service applications from: public housing status, product ordering, consumer reward programs, financial, reservation, healthcare, utility customer support to education alert programs. Howard Day uses the GUI rapid application software development toolkit from Pronexus, VBVoice 8, to build the IVR components of their voice product.
Since 1994, Pronexus has delivered proven voice applications and IVR development tools that developers rely on to help them integrate voice with business systems, including unified communications, customer relationship management and field service automation systems.