Has anybody any info on these guys. After the expo there really hasn't been anything exciting going on with these folks. I've emailed them twice and called twiced to no avail. i hate being blown off when i own stock in the company and i want to know just what the he** is going on and the stock is in the toilet. In retrospect, thou the market as a whole, has been a bit strange the last week or so. Oh well... anybody know anything about IVOC????
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still waiting for my spinnoff shares "trey". How long should it take? I am still holding on it as I expected it to hit .01 and bought more. I am not taking a loss as they still have a good product, they are selling it and people are still watching ivoc a lot so it could still pop. My opinion.
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quote:Originally posted by Jim Moore: Has anybody any info on these guys. After the expo there really hasn't been anything exciting going on with these folks. I've emailed them twice and called twiced to no avail. i hate being blown off when i own stock in the company and i want to know just what the he** is going on and the stock is in the toilet. In retrospect, thou the market as a whole, has been a bit strange the last week or so. Oh well... anybody know anything about IVOC????
iVoice's Hear I Am Item Locator Upgraded to Add Speech Enabled Auto Attendant Tuesday, October 28, 2003 07:00 AM ET Printer-friendly version
MATAWAN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 28, 2003--Hear I Am Package Combines Optional Speech Enabled Call Routing with the "Hear I Am" Item Locator iVoice, Inc.(OTCBB: IVOC, news) is pleased to announce that the Hear I Am Voice Activated Locator can now include iVoice's Speech Enabled Auto Attendant on the same platform.
By combining the power of iVoice's Speech Enabled Auto Attendant with the patent pending technology behind the Hear I Am Locator, iVoice brings a complete speech application to market. The application allows a customer the ability to find an item in a store or to be transferred directly to the individual or department they are seeking all on the same call.
The Hear I Am Voice Locator invention has a multitude of applications. The Hear I Am Voice Locator enables individuals to simply say the name of an item or a product and the Hear I Am Voice Locator answers back with the location. For example, were a unit installed in a large retail outlet, an individual could simply say, "Beveled Tile" and the Locator would respond " Aisle 7, Shelf Number 2A". The unit is also compatible with video display screens that exhibit the floor plan and item location.
For any company to stand out among others in the competitive business world, it needs to answer telephone calls in the most professional answering manner possible. The Speech Enabled Auto Attendant is a well-mannered auto attendant that enables one to do just that. The system engages callers in a natural language dialog and is ready to transfer the caller to an extension at any time. Callers can interrupt the friendly Auto Attendant at any time by barging in on the prompts and simply saying the name of the person, or department they wish to speak to.
Installation and programming of the Hear I Am Voice Locator and the Speech Enabled Auto Attendant are non-complex processes and can be completed quickly through database transfer. To order the Voice Activated Voice Responsive Hear I Am Voice Locator, please contact the sales office of iVoice.
About iVoice, Inc.
iVoice, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets innovative voice and computer telephony communications systems for businesses and corporate departments. Its speech-enabled communication systems and software are designed to be cost effective solutions that improve a users calling experience by streamlining the call handling process through speech recognition technology. iVoice has demonstrated and met interoperability standards for many of the world's top telephony equipment manufacturers'.
NOTE: Any statements that are not historical facts contained in this release are forward-looking statements. It is possible that the assumptions made by management for purposes of such statements may not materialize. Actual results may differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statements. Such statements may involve risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to those relating to product demand, pricing, market acceptance, the effect of economic conditions, and intellectual property rights, and the outcome of competitive products, risks in product development, the results of financing effort, the ability to complete transactions, and other risks identified in this release, and the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
CONTACT: iVoice, Inc. Dolores Serafin, 1-732-441-7700 and say "Investor Relations" firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ivoice.com
iVoice, Inc. Announces Four Additional Patent Application Filings in Conjunction with the Voice Activated, Voice Responsive, 'Hear I Am'Voice Item Locator
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Oct 30, 2003 7:00:00 AM
MATAWAN, N.J., Oct 30, 2003 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
iVoice, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IVOC), a leader in speech recognition technology, today announced it has filed four additional patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in conjunction with the 'Hear I Am'Voice Item Locator. Voice activation, voice recognition locator systems translate directory data to communicate product or item locations in response to verbal customer inquiries.
The titles of the patents are 'Voice Activated, Voice Responsive Product Locator System, Including Product Location Method Utilizing Product Bar and Product-Situated, Aisle-Identifying Bar Code', 'Voice Activated, Voice Responsive Product Locator System, Including Product Location Method Utilizing Product Bar and Aisle-Situated, Aisle-Identifying Bar Code', 'Product Location Method Utilizing Bar Code and Aisle-Situated, Aisle- Identifying Bar Code', 'Product Location Method Utilizing Bar Code and Product-Situated, Aisle- Identifying Bar Code'.
The present inventions include methods of creating data directories for locating items. The system is efficiently loaded with location data prior to use by customers or other users. The system may also be updated dynamically, as desired, while it is in use.
The methodology involves utilization of bar codes to determine item identity, and the use of separate bar codes to determine locations. These separate bar codes are physically located on location structure, e.g. on aisle ends, shelf edges, bin walls, parking spaces, etc, or on products themselves. This location data is read in conjunction with item identification data by bar code readers, fed to a processor in a recognizable combined format, and then stored and used as the resource data of the locator system.
iVoice's commitment to innovative technology continues to help customers meet their client requirements. We believe that our intellectual property and our technology provide iVoice with a superior suite of application offerings designed for the Speech Recognition industry.
MATAWAN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IVOC-- iVoice, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:IVOC), a leader in speech recognition technology, announced today that it has authorized the filing of an International Patent Application that covers speaking medicine containers for prescription drugs. The International Application will cover all of Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan and Korea. With billions of prescriptions filled each year, pharmacies have been struggling with the issue of label readability and comprehension for many years. With the iVoice patent pending technology, prescription bottles will audibly tell users what medication is inside and the proper dosage, along with any other important directions and warnings. Jerry Mahoney, CEO of iVoice, Inc. explained, "Given the size of the potential market and its expected growth, iVoice wants to be in the position to license this exciting new methodology on an international basis. The international patent will help us pursue this plan. With iVoice's new methodology, a pharmacist can use the new system to wirelessly load a wave file into a prescription medicine container to store speech data for prescription instructions to the patient. The patient will press a button on the container to hear the instructions at any time. This system may reduce patient error and in particular make it easier for older patients and patients with reading impairments to comply with their prescriptions."
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I recieved my shares already. If you haven't recieved them yet you probably weren't entitled to them. I just can't sell them for some reason.
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In a more recent post, a new contact, email@example.com, was named to handle PR. There is also a phone#, 866-498-9890. It seems to me that IVOC is getting their house in order in anticipation of some major activity. They do have some innovating products. I bought my shares after the TREY deadline also. That spinoff should have reduced the amount of IVOC shares. Their news releases indicate that more will occur as they find the investments. This make take a while, but I think the potential is there.
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