This example shows how to build a voice application that collects and changes caller address information. This sample makes use of speech recognition and a SOAP API. You must sign up for a free QuickFuse account to access this application.
Since Nexmo founded its API-based business in 2010, it has done amazingly well. Now the SMS cloud carrier just received $18 million in fresh funding (on top of the $3 million it got a year ago), which CEO Tony Jamous says the company will use to grow sales and marketing and expand offerings to include what many have been waiting for: voice.
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