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    Kathy Miedema
    Oracle Voice for Oracle Sales Cloud now on iTunes
    Topic posted August 7, 2014 by Kathy MiedemaRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged UX, Voice 
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    Title:
    Oracle Voice for Oracle Sales Cloud now on iTunes
    Summary:
    Maybe you saw the demo of Oracle Voice at Oracle OpenWorld 2013. Now you can use it yourself. See our demos, and get more useful links on the Oracle user experience.
    Content:

    Oracle Voice, a product designed by the Applications User Experience (UX) team for the Oracle Sales Cloud, just became available for download. See and learn more about it:

    •    Wish there was a Siri-like virtual assistant for sales reps? Oracle Voice for Sales Cloud is now on the iTunes app store.
    •    Selling from your iPhone was never this fast, friendly & fun. See Oracle Voice for Sales Cloud in action.
    •    Oracle Voice helps fuel your Oracle Sales Cloud rocket with current sales data. Selling was never this fast, friendly and fun.

    And don´t forget to drop by and check out Oracle Voice at the Smartphone and Nuance demo stations at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 in San Francisco. These demo stations will be located at the Sales - CX Central @ OpenWorld demo area on the second floor of Moscone West.

    The Applications UX team also now has a bigger presence on the Oracle Cloud website. Look for a section on user experience that leads to the Usable Apps website.

    And a recently published ebook on simplified UI user experience design patterns from the Applications UX team is gaining its own momentum with endorsements and reposts like this one on the Interactive Media blog. Use our free ebook yourself to tailor or build your own apps.

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    • Gautam Basu

      Hi Kathy ,

       Thanks for the update. I have downloaded the app from itunes. i can't login using the credentials. What about the server settings part? Can you mention in details ?

       

      Thanks,

      Gautam

    • Morgan Davis

      Hello,

       

      What user credentials are needed in order to use this app?  IT does not give you a place to put in your detailed information.

       

      Thanks,

      Morgan

      • Gautam Basu

        Hey Morgan,

         Go to server settings and put the server url. It started working for me. I created records through voice commands.

         

        Thanks,

         Gautam

    • Anna Wichansky

      A Sales Cloud demo server is coming soon so you can try Oracle Voice yourself. Stay tuned. Until then, here's a video of Voice in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhzFqXrTUpo

      • Gautam Basu

        Hi anna,

         What do you mean by Sales Cloud Demo Server ? Will it be free for partner organizations to use ? I am already using Oracle Voice in our environment. Sometimes this application finds it hard to create records by voice commands. oracle voice finds it hard to understand Asian names it seems.

         

        Thanks,

         Gautam

        • Anna Wichansky

          We're currently arranging a demo server that folks can use to try it out for free. Sounds like you've got it hooked up to your own instance. The speech recognizer is currently set for American English. With foreign names and accents the recognition accuracy will be less. You can make corrections to spellings by editting with the onscreen keyboard of your device.

          What kinds of records are you creating? If you watch the YouTube video on the link I posted, you will see the kinds of things it can do. It cannot create new opportunities, but operates on existing opportunties to create note, appointment, etc. as in the video.

          • Gautam Basu

            Yes , I got it hooked up to our own instance. Yes you are right about the speech recognizer , its not robust enough to understand ASIAN names. I guess I will have to stick to the American names during demonstration.


            Note , task , appointment can be created and contacts can be added using Oracle Voice.

             

            Thanks,

             Gautam