How-to: IVR Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail Simple IVR example. An inbound application that prompts the user to select a target to be transferred to. The target names (to be read out) and addresses (to be transferred to) are listed at service registration. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (0) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Sorry, No Followers Specs Realated APIs Aculab Cloud Languages/Plateform Python, C#, C#, C# Tags Telephony, Text-to-Speech, Text-to-Speech, Text-to-Speech Added July 5, 2011 URL https://cloud.aculab.com/documents/samples/outbound_connect.html Followers (0) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Open Source Phone System with Twilio OpenVBX Open Source Phone System with Twilio OpenVBX Right on the heels of the Twilio Client that developers can use to add Skype-like capabilities their mobile or web apps, the company is is launching a supporting virtual phone system built on its ... News Kin Lane Telephony 4 months ago 3 Open Source Phone System with Twilio OpenVBX Twilio Extends Communications API Platform to the Japan Market Twilio Extends Communications API Platform to the Japan Market Earlier this month, Twilio announced that the company joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program and that the Twilio API had been integrated into the Google App Engine. Twilio (in partnership... News Janet Wagner News Services, Telephony 4 months ago 0 Twilio Extends Communications API Platform to the Japan Market The New AT&T Speech API: "Bring Speech to Your Apps" The New AT&T Speech API: "Bring Speech to Your Apps" AT&T has announced the launch of a new Speech API which is powered by the AT&T Watson℠ speech engine. The new Speech API allows developers to integrate speech-to-text functionality in mobile applic... News Janet Wagner Telephony, Voice 4 months ago 1 The New AT&T Speech API: "Bring Speech to Your Apps"