IVR Technologies, today announced that it has been named to the 2004 "pulver 100" - which is the VoIP industry's premiere listing of privately held growth companies that represent the future of the communications ecosystem. IVR Technologies has been named to the list due to its market experience, outstanding customer service and innovative product offerings.
IVR Technologies was one of early adopters of the SIP protocol. Through time to market advantage and by leveraging their extensive experience in the TDM prepaid calling card market, they have been able to achieve a leading market position with significant real-world deployments. Their flagship product, Talking SIP, is an integrated application, media and real-time billing server that offers next generation telephony service providers lower administrative overhead, flexibility in scale and deployment, as well as a platform that can easily and readily respond to the changing demands of the market.
"2004 has been the year of VoIP - due in large part to companies like IVR Technologies, that have helped spread IP communications via their Talking SIP enhanced services IVR and billing platform," said Jeff Pulver, CEO of pulver.com. "We're proud to name IVR Technologies to this year's pulver 100."
"We are honored to be named to the pulver 100. Jeff Pulver is one of the true pioneers of the Internet Telephony and VoIP industry. To be named to his Top 100 list is a great validation of our market achievements," said Randall O. Walrond, President, IVR Technologies. "Our industry-leading Talking SIP server product offers feature-rich enhanced services and integrated real-time prepaid and postpaid billing. We have achieved market success by focusing on our core competencies and leveraging off of our experience in the prepaid and postpaid market - all without compromising customer satisfaction. Talking SIP offers broad interoperability, scalability, and ubiquity - providing it with a clear advantage over legacy technologies."
The pulver 100 list, first introduced in September 2002, includes private companies in the communications sector that have substantial real-world deployments and enjoy significant growth rates. The value chain characterized by listed companies differs substantially from the vertically integrated telecom model of the last century. The companies prospering in the new environment have followed the computer and networking industry model with open interfaces, connectivity decoupled from services, and software decoupled from hardware. They have little or no dependence on the traditional telephone network, equipment, or service providers.
IVR Technologies is an advanced software development company emerging as a leader in the SIP space for Voice over IP enhanced services and real-time billing.
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Founded in 1994 by Jeff Pulver, pulver.com produces the highly successful VON conferences, and is engaged in many activities that promote the growth of communication technology. The pulver.com website (http://www.pulver.com) is a key source of information for those in the IP Communications industry and The Pulver Report (http://www.pulver.com/reports/) has more than 50,000 subscribers - for whom it is a primary source of news and information on the latest developments in emerging net technologies. Jeff Pulver is also the founder of The VON Coalition, pulverRadio, RevUp Records and co-founder of: Vonage and WHP Wireless.