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Global Voice Recognition Markets and Technologies Report
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Buy the report "Global Markets and Technologies for Voice Recognition" at US $5450 for a Single User PDF License from RnR Market Research Reports Library.An overview of the software and hardware for …

Buy the report "Global Markets and Technologies for Voice Recognition" at US $5450 for a Single User PDF License from RnR Market Research Reports Library.An overview of the software and hardware for voice recognition technologies and their markets.

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  • 1. RnR Market Research Offers “Global Markets and Technologies for Voice Recognition”Report at US$ 5450 (Single User License). The report got published in Jan 2013 & contains172 pages.This report provides  An overview of the software and hardware for voice recognition technologies and their markets  Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011, estimates for 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017  Discussion of top supplier market shares, new technologies, and the unique challenges faced by each category in the future  Examination of the importance of traditional and emerging voice-enabled devices, as these media will promote and extend voice recognition’s reach  Reviews of enabling technologies, corporate and national research and development funding, the organizational and economic makeup of the voice recognition industry, and the legislative, political, and environmental issues facing the industry  Listings of recent patent grants, as well as related mergers and acquisitions, licensing arrangements, and partnerships  Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry.REPORT SCOPEINTRODUCTIONREASONS FOR THE STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCEIn the coming decade, observers of the evolution in voice recognition technologies will no doubt look back to2012 as the tipping point year – the time when speech adoption finally broke away from the enterprise nichemarket of interactive voice response (IVR) solutions into broader uses that include consumer and health caresectors. Advances in machine learning and statistical data-mining techniques, coupled with the ubiquitousadoption of mobile devices, are helping voice recognition solutions get a new lease on life. With globalsoftware revenues expected to reach $16.7 billion by 2017, this maturing industry continues to owe much ofits growth to advances in the critical triad of automatic speech recognition (ASR), text-to-speech (TTS), andspeaker verification (SV) technologies.Companies, across all sectors and from every part of the voice recognition supply chain, seek a competitiveedge that will differentiate them in an increasingly crowded business environment. They want to create anduse products that can help them to be nimble and efficient and that will help them grow their customer base.Converging technologies make partnerships a compelling way to introduce new products; however, anuncertain global economy is offering fewer incentives to give rise to the number of mergers and acquisitionsthat characterized the voice recognition (VR) space earlier in the new millennium.Request your sample Copy of this report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/request-sample?rname=66099The second decade of the millennium has ushered in new uses for voice recognition products as
  • 2. collaborative consumption, fueled by the proliferation of social networks, empowers everyone to be potentiallynot only media consumers, but also producers of new applications. VR technologies help users identify(biometrics), codify (health care), search (voice search), navigate (voice-enabled navigation), and control(connected home). These technologies also help customers comply with privacy, safety and securityrequirements dictated by law and by user expectations.In the next five years companies will pair VR technologies with the latest research in artificial intelligence andaugmented reality, creating a new generation of compelling products. Consumers, primed by the success ofthe Siri personal assistant, will expect products that not only predict their preferences but also offer new,interactive ways to enhance their emotional experiences.To address the rapidly growing mobile traffic demand of the emerging middle class in Africa and Asia as wellas in the highly developed geographic regions of North America and Europe, voice recognition providers arepartnering with manufacturers that are loading their products with voice-activated multimodal options. Withthe help of these applications, drivers can navigate to their destinations; workers can voice-pick warehouseinventory; doctors can automate medical transcription processes; lawyers can build their cases with e-discovery products; homeowners control their environmental and security systems; and users of smartdevices can access applications by voice commands.Geographic regions that have built out their broadband networks offer the best potential for growth, especiallyin those areas where mobile devices are the primary mode for such frequently used functions asentertainment, navigation and banking.Products and applications that are smart, cost-effective and intuitive will hold the keys to the VR kingdom inthe next five years. Battle lines, drawn in the 2012 turf wars between Google, Samsung and Apple, whereeach has fought for direct integration into mobile operating systems, indicate just how valuable thesecompanies perceive the stakes to be not only in the mobile market but also in capturing the imagination anddollars of an ever-expanding global user base.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONCompanies in the voice recognition space are facing challenges similar to those present in other technologymarkets. Converging technologies offer the promise of new products and markets, especially in the fast-growing mobile markets. They also invite disruptive activities as witnessed by the patent battles of such majorsmartphone and application providers as Apple, Samsung and Google; each of these companies hasaggressive strategies for making major inroads into the lucrative voice recognition market, which is still largelydominated by one provider, Nuance Communications.Customers are applying the same measuring stick to voice-aided products and services as they do to otherproducts – they value accuracy, speed and efficiency. Whether obtaining stock quotes from theirsmartphones, getting wake up calls from voice-enabled alarm clocks, or accessing voice-translated e-mail,consumers have increasingly greater expectations about not only the quality of content, but also about thequality of their experiences.Traditional habits persist, especially when it comes to customer service. No matter how compelling thecontent or how efficient the voice-enabled transaction, many consumers still prefer to talk to a live operator,or to type when talking would suffice. They also remember unsuccessful experiences with speech recognitionapplications that were implemented by early adopters. Virtual personal assistants, like Apple’s iPhone Siriproduct, are helping to change users’ experience of voice-enabled technology – from frustrating to fulfilling.Choosing voice recognition solutions remains a significant information technology (IT) investment – a fact notlost on companies that, in better economic times, focus primarily on strategic growth. Compelled to keepdiscretionary spending to a minimum, companies are more inclined to purchase products and services that
  • 3. show a quantitative return on investment.Being offered monetary incentives to streamline their operations as well as facing mandates to comply withnew federal regulations, health care professionals are balancing the requirements to contain costs with thepotential of voice-aided automated solutions that promise to increase documentation accuracy and enhancecustomer satisfaction. Given the continued adoption of wireless devices and the seemingly insatiableconsumer and business demand for unlimited access to information, it is likely that many enterprisingcompanies will choose voice recognition solutions, either hosted at their site or shared in a cloud-computingenvironment, for competitive advantage even when the short-term economic landscape is dotted withquestion marks.This report will analyze in depth voice recognition technologies and the market and applications they serve. Itaddresses such questions as:Who is using these technologies?What benefits do they accrue from using them?At what price points do they buy them?Which markets will reap the most benefits from their adoption?Which issues must be addressed to generate a successful return on investment?AUDIENCE FOR THE REPORTThis report focuses on market potential for voice recognition technologies as well as current and future forcesshaping the voice-enabled market. It is targeted at manufacturers, supply chain personnel, marketingmanagers, and futurists.SCOPE AND CONTENT OF THE REPORTThis report analyzes voice recognition technologies and their markets. It recognizes the fact that integratedsoftware and hardware technologies together, coupled with enhanced devices, are the building blocks forsuccessful deployments. Additionally, tracking the growth of traditional and emerging voice-enabledapplications is important for extending voice recognition’s reach.An overview of the voice recognition industry precedes later chapters that review the main voice recognitionmarkets and that discuss top supplier market share, current technologies, and the unique challenges faced byeach market in the future. Five-year forecasts follow, segmented by voice recognition categories and endmarkets.Succeeding chapters discuss emerging technologies, corporate and national research and developmentfunding, the organizational and economic makeup of the voice recognition industry, and the legislative,political and environmental issues facing the industry. The changing dynamics of international market sharealso are addressed.The appendices contain information about upcoming voice recognition industry-related conferences andrecent patent grants, as well as a list of related mergers and acquisitions, licensing arrangements, andpartnerships.METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCESBoth primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. The materialpresented is based on information gathered from personal contacts within the voice recognition industry, aswell as on an analysis of the technologies, issues and concerns gathered from technical papers and industry
  • 4. conferences. The report’s final analysis and projections combine the consensus of primary contacts andBCC’s assumptions regarding the impact of both historical and emerging trends.Additional data was obtained from analysis of secondary sources. These sources include trade publications,trade associations, company literature, and online databases. This research was done to supplement BCC’sunderstanding of applications, markets and trends in the voice recognition industry. All dollar estimates in thisreport are based on 2012 constant dollars.Buy your report copy @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=66099Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - ComplimentaryREASONS FOR THE STUDY AND ITS IMPORTANCEOBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONAUDIENCE FOR THE REPORTSCOPE AND CONTENT OF THE REPORTMETHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCESAUTHORS CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable Summary : GLOBAL VOICE RECOGNITION MARKET, THROUGH 2017Figure Summary : GLOBAL VOICE RECOGNITION MARKET, 2011 - 2017Chapter- 3: OVERVIEWIMPORTANCE OF THE INDUSTRYINVESTOR CONFIDENCEHISTORY OF THE INDUSTRYSPEECH RECOGNITION LIFE CYCLEDESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY: MAJOR CATEGORIESFUNDAMENTAL FUNCTIONS OF VOICE TECHNOLOGYSCOPE OF REPORT CLASSIFIED BY MARKETEFFECT ON THE FUTUREChapter- 4: MAJOR CATEGORIESHARDWARESOFTWAREENHANCED DEVICESChapter- 5: SUMMARY: VOICE RECOGNITION CATEGORIES AND END MARKETSTOTAL GLOBAL VOICE RECOGNITION MARKET BY CATEGORIES, THROUGH 2017HARDWARESOFTWAREENHANCED DEVICESEND MARKETSChapter- 6: END-USE MARKETS: ENTERPRISEENTERPRISE MARKETChapter- 7: END-USE MARKETS: CONSUMERCONSUMER MARKETChapter- 8: END-USE MARKETS: HEALTH CAREHEALTH CARE MARKETChapter- 9: TECHNOLOGIESTECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTING VOICE RECOGNITION APPLICATIONS
  • 5. CHALLENGES FACED BY SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIESRESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENTINTELLECTUAL PROPERTYChapter- 10: INTERNATIONALPROJECTED BROADBAND GLOBAL SUBSCRIBER GROWTH BY REGION, 2011-2012Chapter- 11: INDUSTRY STRUCTUREPROFILE OF VOICE RECOGNITION MARKET LEADER: NUANCE COMMUNICATIONSVOICE RECOGNITION INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPSINDUSTRY CONCERNSORGANIZATIONS AND RESEARCH LABSChapter- 12: COMPANY PROFILES3M HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMSAJAXWEAVERANDREA ELECTRONICS CORP.ANGELAPPLIED VOICE & SPEECH TECHNOLOGIES INC. (AVST)ASPECT COMMUNICATIONS CORP. (ASPT)AURIXAUTONOMYAVAYA INC.CHANTCISCOCLICKFOXCONTACT SOLUTIONS, INC.CONVERGYS CORP.CYARA SOLUTIONSDEMANDVOICE LLCDIGITAL BASE PRODUCTIONSDISAGGREGATEELOYALTY (A TELETECH COMPANY)EMPIRIX, INC.FRONTRANGE SOLUTIONSGM VOICES, INC.GOLD SYSTEMSINFERENCE SOLUTIONS NORTH AMERICAINFRAWAREIQSERVICESLOGITECHLOQUENDOLUMENVOXMESSAGE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.MICROAUTOMATIONMICROSOFT TELLMEMOVIDILONEXIDIANUANCEPARLANCEPHILLIPS SPEECH PROCESSINGPLUMVOICEPRODUCT SUPPORT SOLUTIONSRESOLVITYRIGHT VOICE, INC.
  • 6. SENSORYSOFTELSYNTELLECTTALKTECHTELLMEUSANVERINT SOLUTIONSVOCOLLECTVOICE2FORMVOICEVAULTVOLTDELTA ONDEMAND SOLUTIONSVOXEOWORDLY VOICESWIZZARD SOFTWAREWYDE VOICEYDILOChapter- 13: APPENDIX5VOICE RECOGNITION PARTNERSHIPS,2011-2012MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS, 2011-2012LICENSING AGREEMENTS, 2011-2012GLOBAL VOICE RECOGNITION PATENTS, 2011-2012VOICE RECOGNITION INDUSTRY EVENTSFor more information about report visit @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/global-markets-technologies-voice-recognition-market-report.htmlFor more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: sales@rnrmarketresearch.com / +18883915441Website: http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/

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