2009 Trends to Watch: Voice and Video Business
By Aphrodite Brinsmead, Datamonitor
Publication Date: December, 2008
Price: $1,295.00

  
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Introduction
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Technology markets are changing fast. This brief is essential reading for you to identify and track the key forces shaping the prospects for your business. In this piece, Datamonitor's analyst specializing in voice and video business will outline the changes in your market and explain which trends will have the biggest impact in 2009.

Scope
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  • An overview of key trends occurring in the voice business market in 2009.
  • Datamonitor's recommendations to vendors competing in the enterprise, and mobile search voice business markets.

Highlights
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Customer retention and cost reduction are the top priorities for contact centers. As a result, investments in self-service solutions are less likely to be impacted by financial stress than investments in other contact center technologies.

Enterprises will try, where possible, to extend the life of legacy IVR platforms and continue to use existing DTMF applications. This will likely slow the growth of speech solutions in the enterprise.

Reasons to Purchase
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  • Learn about the top trends in enterprise and mobile speech in 2009.
  • Understand how the IVVR and video conferencing markets will develop.

Report Type:
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Brief – Briefs are concise overviews of niche topics Briefs offer a more focused look at a niche subject and serve to keep you up to date with the latest market and competitive developments. Often we'll tackle an issue from an unexpected and controversial viewpoint, providing you with a source of fresh and independent thinking.

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Pages: 11
Format: PDF PDF logo

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