QuickFuse is a unique voice application editor and platform that’s controlled from a web browser. Voice applications built on the QuickFuse platform are assembled by "snapping together" components from a library of visual application models that cover the requirements of IVR, messaging, telephony applications and data management.
The QuickFuse service is provided in the cloud and is accessible to developers and non-technical business users. The QuickFuse API uses REST, SOAP and CSV for uploading and downloading data. Speech recognition and text-to-speech are controlled through various application modules.
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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.
This demonstration shows how to build a system that allows employees to enroll for benefits over the phone. The application uses the QuickFuse interface and a SOAP API. You must sign up for a free QuickFuse account to access this application.
This sample application shows how to create a simple call flow that will query a database system to provide a caller with their account balance. You must sign up for a free QuickFuse account to access this application.