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The Definitive Quick Start Guide: Introducing Incredible PBX for XiVO

The Definitive Quick Start Guide: Introducing Incredible PBX for XiVO

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

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Today we kick off a new Asterisk® adventure with the introduction of Incredible PBX™ for XiVO®. This pure GPL implementation of Asterisk has no strings, no gotchas, no hidden agenda, and no primadonnas. It’s open source code with no prohibitions on redistribution. The XiVO developers actively participate in the XiVO and PBX in a Flash™ communities and actually listen to constructive suggestions to improve their product. Changes happen in days, not years. Today we celebrate the return of true GPL… Read More ›

Choosing Wisely: Mastering Asterisk IVR and AutoAttendant Design with XiVO

Choosing Wisely: Mastering Asterisk IVR and AutoAttendant Design with XiVO

Thursday, May 26, 2016

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Today we want to talk a little about design choices and IVRs. First and foremost, we don’t want to leave anyone behind during our XiVO adventure. XiVO is a platform that adjectives really can’t describe. It’s that good and, frankly, we’re having a hard time believing it’s been around for almost a decade and nobody much talked about it. Leave it to the crazy Americans to only look at stuff from the U.S. of A. Funny thing is that the… Read More ›

IVR 101: Six Quick Steps to Building Incredible IVRs for Asterisk with FreePBX

IVR 101: Six Quick Steps to Building Incredible IVRs for Asterisk with FreePBX

Monday, December 30, 2013

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As more and more Asterisk® platforms enter the open source community, it seems as if we spend a lot of energy covering the basics of getting those new systems into place, and there’s little time left for tutorials that really make the difference in a great telephony system and one that just makes calls. So our New Year’s Resolution is to try to devote a column every month to smelling the roses and pushing out some information that actually helps… Read More ›

Allison Smith: State of the IVR Address

Allison Smith: State of the IVR Address

Friday, February 22, 2013

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We’re delighted to welcome Allison Smith as our first (and only) Guest Columnist. We had asked Allison to provide us an update on IVR technology, and she was gracious enough to accept our invitation. For most of our readers, Allison is best known for her pioneering work as the Voice of Asterisk®. But her accomplishments as the professional telephone voice for Verizon, Qwest, Cingular, Sprint, and Bell Canada among others are legendary. So… here’s Allison! We’ve come a long way… Read More ›

Introducing Incredible Pi: $35 for Asterisk, FreePBX & Google Voice Utopia

Introducing Incredible Pi: $35 for Asterisk, FreePBX & Google Voice Utopia

Monday, August 20, 2012

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It’s Back-to-School Time in most of the United States, and the Nerd Vittles crew needed a good fall project to distract us from all of this year’s dreadful politicians. We feel like a kid in a candy store with our new $35 Raspberry Pi® Model B. Imagine squeezing a 700 mHz ARM processor with 256MB of RAM, 2 USB ports, a 10/100 Ethernet port,if an HDMI port, composite video, a separate audio jack, an SDHC card slot, and a micro… Read More ›

It’s TeleYapper 5.0: The Ultimate RoboDialer for Asterisk

It’s TeleYapper 5.0: The Ultimate RoboDialer for Asterisk

Sunday, October 10, 2010

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Introducing TeleYapper 5.0: the ultimate RoboCaller and data collection system for Asterisk. Upload your data in CSV or XML files and generate personalized calls to a dozen or thousands of callees. Messages also can be tailored to differentiate between people and answering machines. Customizable data collection is built into every call, and CSV/XML reports provide the results of every calling campaign.

Introducing the Stealth AutoAttendant for Asterisk 1.4 and FreePBX

Introducing the Stealth AutoAttendant for Asterisk 1.4 and FreePBX

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

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Today we walk through designing a complete AutoAttendant with IVR fallback for unanswered calls using the new Cepstral Allison text-to-speech voice system for Asterisk 1.4, FreePBX, and PBX in a Flash…