Introduction toHypervoice
Hypervoice conversationslink what we say to what    we do
Notes you take      Slides you show     Screens you share    Messages you send  Web pages you browse   Documents you openC...
Records therelationships  between everything that is said  and done
Anyone can replay    calls and   meetings… …and join them even after they have ‘finished’!
Eliminates  re-work     Notranscription  and note-taking errors
Solves‘presenteeism’   for group   business conversations
Voice is only weakly integrated with the“four pillars” of enterprise social software          Credit: JP Rangaswami – Chie...
Three enterprise voice   transformation challengesUnstructured       StructuredSynchronous       Asynchronous  Private  ...
Hypervoice conversations create   a unified activity stream   Mytimeline           Conference call   Email   IM  Yourtimel...
HYPERVOICE                                                         HYPERVOICE                                             ...
Hypervoice isn’t (just) an application,   it is an embedded capability
Hypervoice sets the stage for Web 3.0Web 1.0         Web 2.0        Web 3.0                               ? ?             ...
So hyper-what?   Telcos    Keep the conference calling business relevant             Begins the replacement process for te...
“What a computer is to me is it’s the most remarkable tool thatwe’ve ever come up with, and it’s       the equivalent of a...
Thank youFree white paper and    newsletter at   hypervoice.org
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Hypervoice is the next phase of the evolution of the Web, as voice becomes a true hypermedium.

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Introduction to Hypervoice

  1. 1. Introduction toHypervoice
  2. 2. Hypervoice conversationslink what we say to what we do
  3. 3. Notes you take Slides you show Screens you share Messages you send Web pages you browse Documents you openCustomer records you viewSales opportunities you edit Trouble tickets you close
  4. 4. Records therelationships between everything that is said and done
  5. 5. Anyone can replay calls and meetings… …and join them even after they have ‘finished’!
  6. 6. Eliminates re-work Notranscription and note-taking errors
  7. 7. Solves‘presenteeism’ for group business conversations
  8. 8. Voice is only weakly integrated with the“four pillars” of enterprise social software Credit: JP Rangaswami – Chief Scientist, Salesforce.comOPPORTUNITY Collaboration Search Fulfilment Syndication
  9. 9. Three enterprise voice transformation challengesUnstructured  StructuredSynchronous  Asynchronous Private  Shared
  10. 10. Hypervoice conversations create a unified activity stream Mytimeline Conference call Email IM Yourtimeline
  11. 11. HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE PERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE PERVOICE HYPE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICEHYPERVOICEHYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE Unified HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE Webinars is what is missing from Hypervoice technology HYPERVOICE HYPERVOICECommunicationsConference callsHYPERVOICE HYPERVOICE
  12. 12. Hypervoice isn’t (just) an application, it is an embedded capability
  13. 13. Hypervoice sets the stage for Web 3.0Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0 ? ? ? ?Hyperlinks Hypermessaging Hypervoice
  14. 14. So hyper-what? Telcos Keep the conference calling business relevant Begins the replacement process for telephony Web Plays to the advantage of the web – hypermedia/linking Creates a new class of hypermedia to be managedEnterprise Fills the functionality missing from UC and webinars A new class of data requiring enterprise software
  15. 15. “What a computer is to me is it’s the most remarkable tool thatwe’ve ever come up with, and it’s the equivalent of abicycle for our minds.” – Steve Jobs
  16. 16. Thank youFree white paper and newsletter at hypervoice.org

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