January 27, 2005
For Immediate Release
Parliant updates PhoneValet Message Center for enhanced call screening and call recording
Ottawa, CANADA - (January 27, 2005) - Parliant Corporation, world leading computer telephony developer of MacWorld Best-Of-Show award-winning PhoneValet Message Center (PVMC), today announces the release of a free software upgrade which allows users to select the audio output device of their choice when screening messages live as they are being received. The new release also improves performance when processing very long (hour-long or more) call recordings.
About PhoneValet Message Center
More than an answering machine, PVMC is the invention that turns any Apple computer running Mac OS X into a telephone communications hub for homes and small businesses. Winner of a prestigious MacWorld Magazine Best of Show award, PhoneValet Message Center includes the hardware and software to do the work of a skilled staffer, greeting callers professionally, announcing each call by voice and on the screen, and permitting the call to be recorded in whole or in part.
Your Macintosh can now provide multi-line multi-mailbox voice mail, conversation recording, a searchable call history, talking caller id, caller-activated AppleScripting, a fax controller and voice dialing. Parliant's PVMC does all of this, simply, intuitively and elegantly, in the spirit of the Macintosh. PVMC gives a Mac the telephony capabilities the Apple community has always wanted but could never get. Parliant extends Apple's digital hub paradigm to include telephony.
PhoneValet Message Center is currently priced at $199.95. Today's release (version 2.1.6) is a free upgrade available for download from our website at www.parliant.com.
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