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Voices.com has broadened its reach by developing an Application Programming Interface, also known as an API. Developers may use this functionality to interact with the Voices.com application on their own terms, allowing participating companies to offer on-demand voice-over to their own clients via their corporate website. The embedded API includes individually-set pricing and the ability for a company's clients to complete projects in record time, in most cases under 48 hours, all within their own respective websites. The new Voices.com API makes it possible for users to further develop quality client engagement with their own customers by automating their creative process.
"Offering an API is a common practice for larger tech companies," explains David Ciccarelli, Voices.com's CEO and Co-founder. "Opening up our innovative business services translates to empowering other companies to create amazing work through the Voices.com API. We're excited to see the innovation that results from this."
Voices.com launched its API at a hackathon hosted in the Voices.com offices. It brought developers, business analysts and designers together to develop use cases that describe cool new ways to deliver voice-over services to consumers. The learnings from the hackathon will help the Voices.com developer community develop hosted applications that creatively tap into Voices.com's database of talent and allow clients and partners to complete projects that require voice-over recordings. The potential is limitless.
To become a partner and gain access to Voices.com's API, please visit: https://www.voices.com/partners/api