BT rolls out CallFlow to developers

BT has announced the availability of CallFlow, a capability that allows voice and data to be combined dynamically, free of heavyweight Interactive Voice Response (IVR) platforms, a Wireless News report said.

CallFlow will enable BT and third party developers to integrate voice-enabled capability into their own web services in minutes, instead of weeks, with just one line of code, the report said.

CallFlow uses accessible and intuitive IVR and is the newest addition to BT's 21st century portfolio of web services, developed to harness the innovation of the applications development community and available to download as software delivery Kits from BT.com, the Wireless News report said.

The combination of web services, open application programming interfaces and the world's largest all-IP network offers developers a service delivery ecosystem that is simpler, faster and cheaper to build traditional communications functionality into their enterprise class or web 2.0 applications, the report further said.

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