Have your email and hear it too

We’ve chatted here and there about applications that take voice mail and convert it to text, to the great benefit of people with hearing disabilities. Speech to Text from Avaya might be the first product, though, that delivers both the transcript and the original message. Since some folks with learning disabilities need both auditory and visual input for comprehension, this could be a welcome innovation. Also useful for situations where some message recipients might prefer audio and others might prefer text, because of differing disabilities or other factors.

TechNewsWorld: Avaya Aims to Shore Up Efficiencies With New Communication Tools

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