Company and tech news from the region. iVoice works with S&S Steel
Matawan-based iVoice, Inc., a maker of speech-recognition products, said that S & S Steel Services has installed a Speech Enabled Auto Attendant, with directory service at its facilities in Anderson, Ind. Using digital connectivity with a Nortel PBX, S & S Steel has implemented a system that includes iVoice Speech Enabled Auto Attendant with directory services. By installing the iVoice Speech-Enabled Auto Attendant, S & S Steel customers can call in and speak the name of the person they are looking for and be transferred immediately.
Kyocera Mita America, Notable Solutions team up
Fairfield-based document-imaging company Kyocera Mita America and Gaithersburg, Md.-based content-capture company Notable Solutions, Inc. announced a strategic joint product development agreement. Kyocera Mita America and NSi are planning to jointly develop a strategic portfolio of document capture and workflow solutions fully integrated with Kyocera devices. The integrated products will be able to capture documents and content from Kyocera devices; process documents with leading-edge technologies including OCR, ICR, Forms Recognition and others.
Brochure outlines IEEE standards
A brochure from the Piscataway-based IEEE Standards Association, “The IEEE Software Engineering Standards Collection,” describes the special-edition CD-ROM it is offering that contains 40 of the most current IEEE software engineering standards. The CD-ROM includes the complete text of the Guide to Software Engineering Body of Knowledge and of the Software Engineering Code of Ethics, among other features. It also incorporates a text search featureand the VuSpec user interface, which integrates the standards on the disk with the Internet to provide reference access the IEEE Computer Society, its Software Engineering Standards Committee, the IEEE-SA and the IEEE Software Engineering Standards Zone. For a copy of the “The IEEE Software Engineering Standards Collection,” brochure, e-mail: [email protected]
Management Dynamics debuts tariff publishing module
East Rutherford-based Management Dynamics Inc. a maker of price and contract management solutions for the ocean transportation industry, released NVOCC Tariff Publisher, a new Rate Explorer module that simplifies the management of NVOCC tariffs and significantly reduces the cost of compliance with FMC regulations. The NVOCC Tariff Publisher module integrates with current NVOCC pricing activities.
Majesco to publish Nickelodeon episodes
Edison-based Majesco Sales Inc., a subsidiary of ConnectivCorp, announced an agreement with Nickelodeon to publish several episodes of the network’s cartoon programs as part of its new Game Boy Advance Video product line. Majesco secured the United States rights to apply its proprietary Game Boy Advance Video technology to several episodes of select Nickelodeon properties, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Jimmy Neutron, The Fairly OddParents and a compilation of the aforementioned titles and All Grown Up. The resulting new products will allow the 20 million Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Advance SP owners to view Nickelodeon cartoons with their portable hardware.
Ammar new KDF director of technology
Rockleigh-based KDF named Ammar Derraa, a scientist and author of more than 50 U.S. patents and disclosures, to the position of director of technology. Derraa succeeds Su Gupta, who left KDF late last year to pursue a university teaching career. Derraa will report directly to KDF CEO Kurt Flechsig. Derraa assumes responsibility for all KDF technology, with a particular emphasis on research and development. Derraa previously worked for NanoOpto Corp. KDF Electronic & Vacuum Services, Inc., produces batch inline sputtering tools in a wide variety of R&D and production formats for the mainstream silicon, emerging materials and flat-panel display markets.
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