Japanese Asterisk Prompts Featured on Digium Blog
The Japanese sound prompts released by QLOOG and featuring “Japan’s Allison” Ryoko Sonoda have been featured on Digium’s official “Inside the Asterisk” blog.
Asterisk is used to build a wide range of communications applications, including plenty that utilize voice prompts, such as in Interactive Voice Response (IVR) menus. You may already know that Asterisk comes with sound files in a variety of languages; but what you may not realize is that these sound files have been generously provided by a number of community members.
The Japanese prompts are available when building Asterisk from source or directly from Digium’s download servers.
Is your business looking to make a consistent and professional impact with a multilingual Asterisk phone system? Ryoko Sonoda is available for high quality Japanese IVR and Asterisk prompt recordings. For more information, please contact QLOOG here.