Voice API Platform Features
Automate Any Phone Call
In a nutshell, Voice Elements will help you automate any phone call. Voice Elements is a dead-simple toolkit designed for .NET Developers to quickly build & deploy flexible, secure and powerful TELEPHONY apps. Calls can connect via SIP, A browser, or a phone carrier.
Voice Elements Client
Integrate Voice Elements into your Visual Studio Solution by installing our NuGet package into your project. You can compile using .NET Framework or .NET Core. Search Nuget using “VoiceElements”. Your app can run under Windows, Linux, or Mac. Learn More.
The easy way to build something amazing.
Voice Elements Server
Connect your Voice Elements client app to a Voice Elements Server. You can connect to our Cloud Servers (by the minute) or you can install your own Voice Elements Server at your own premise (by the concurrent call). The Voice Elements Server Platform implements its own SIP Stack and Host Media Processing (HMP). The server runs under Windows.
Deploy as a Windows System Service, a Windows app, a command line app or via a Web Page. Run the app on your server or Cloud VM or deploy to our cloud for free. Connect to our cloud servers or your own.
Calls can connect via SIP, a Browser, or a Phone Carrier. You can connect your Voice Element Server to your own PBX or to Microsoft Teams using their Direct Routing Interface.
All the Features You Need
Check out below all the features you need to Launch a Successful Product.
WHATCHA GONNA BUILD?
Easy to Get Started
- Start by Choosing a “Sample Solution”. Just press the “Try For Free” button
- Compile with Visual Studio. Make changes as you desire.
- Launch Your New Solution on Our Cloud or on Your Own Server
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Award Winning Features
- Call Routing
- Play / Record Files
- Tone Recognition (DTMF / Custom Tones)
- Speech Recognition
- Text-to-Speech (TTS)
- Voice Conferencing
- Call Progress Analysis (CPA)
- Beep Detection
- Call Recording
- SIP Call Control
- RTP (G.711, G.729, HD, TLS, Opus etc.)
- Whisper / Coaching
- Highly Scalable
What can you build?
Just about anything that you can dream up! Check out our periodic table of Voice Elements at the top of this page. We can’t wait to see what kind of tele-integration you build.
Call us for a Free Consultation on how to build your idea. Just click below to set up a meeting.
Check out all of these Ideas
Since 1999 our customers have created thousands of inventive applications. The following slide just shows some of them. Use your imagination to improve your Customer Communications.
Ideas, Ideas Ideas:
Tele-Integrations, customer surveys, self-service IVRs, call centers, phone systems, ticket management, two-factor authentication, appointment reminders, customer surveys, Voice/SMS broadcasts, political polling, power dialer, reservation confirmation, collections, SMS marketing, emergency notifiction, order status, delivery reminders, flight information, fundraising, alerts/notifications…
How It Works
The left bar (yellow) represents the source of the call. (i.e. Carrier, SIP, WebRTC etc). The middle bar (Green) represents the Voice Elements Server wherever it may be. The right bar (Gray) represents your application.
Your App connects to a Voice Elements server. If you are expecting inbound calls, you will want to register the phone numbers that you are interested in. By default it will register ALL phone numbers assigned to your account.
You receive an event. You send a command and receive a response. Repeat until you hang up or they hang up.
Request a channel. Send a Dial command. Receive result. Send a command and receive a reply. Repeat until you hang up or they hang up.
VOICE ELEMENTS – the best toolkit for building powerful voice/sms apps with Visual Studio.
Lots of C# Sample Code
Once you sign up, you will have access to examples of how to do what you want:
Dsp Functions (Recording)
Dsp Functions (Play)
Designed for .NET Developers
Visual Studio / .NET developers will be right at home using our sophisticated .NET class. We build this from the ground up with you in mind.
Start by using the sample applications and see the basics. Then see it all by checking out the .NET Class documentation.
Video – Why Voice Elements
Watch this video on how Voice Elements will help solve your Customer Communication problems.