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TMCNet:  ALICE - Virtual Receptionist, by WinTech to Exhibit at SXSW 2013, booth #VegasTech Stands 835-940, Mar 8 - 17, 2013, in Austin TX, US

[February 28, 2013]

ALICE - Virtual Receptionist, by WinTech to Exhibit at SXSW 2013, booth #VegasTech Stands 835-940, Mar 8 - 17, 2013, in Austin TX, US

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Company:   ALICE - Virtual Receptionist, by WinTech
Booth/Stand: #VegasTech Stands 835-940

SXSW (News - Alert) 2013
Mar 8 - 17, 2013
Austin, TX, US


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About ALICE - Virtual Receptionist, by WinTech

Let ALICE manage your front desk or lobby! ALICE "A Live Interactive Communications Experience" enables businesses to present live customer service video agents on any number of kiosk, video displays and other digital signage devices, enabling 2-way or 1-way video interaction with customers. ALICE technologies are based on Voice Over IP (VoIP) & SIP communications open standards, which allows ALICE to speak with most SIP enabled device. The ALICE Cloud Communication Service allows ALICE communications to happen in real time with users no matter where they are in the world, and it can be enabled from your mobile devices, even iPAD.

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