Aussie Pizza Huts to use voice recognition ordering

 
May 28, 2002

SYDNEY -- VeCommerce Limited, a developer and manufacturer of voice enabled e-commerce products, has contracted to supply select Pizza Hut markets in Australia with voice-enabled ordering.

The application will allow Pizza Hut customers to place orders by speaking directly to a computerized pizza ordering system using any telephone.

The service is scheduled to go live in the second quarter of this year, and will serve customers in both Sydney and Brisbane.

According to a VeCommerce release, the contract is worth more than $1 million.

The VeCommerce solution uses a FirstContact platform utilizing speech recognition technology provided by Nuance Communications.


Topics: POS , Telecommunications


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