VoiceXML is a mark up language that, just like HTML, aims to create interaction between a computer and a person. While HTML presents content visually as a web site, VoiceXML presents the content as an automated telephone conversation.
On the Comsys SpeechFrame
platform voiceXML in combination with ccXML
and Java is used.
The SpeechFrame environment is suitable for simple voice interaction, but it supports complex dialogues as well. Existing web technologies can be used, for example, for writing voiceXML scripts but also to have a look at the content (mostly stored in databases). Application developers will not be distracted by low-level, platform-specific details which enable them to build new applications quickly and easily.