JustLogin Debuts Asia’s First Voice-Enabled Office Collaborative Application at Internet World Asia @ Singapore 2001

SingaporeMarch 7, 2001

Home-grown Application Service Provider JustLogin (Booth: F10) today announced at Internet World Asia @ Singapore 2001, the launch and availability of its voice-enabled leave management application for enterprises. This makes JustLogin the first in Asia to offer an office collaborative application on the emerging VoiceXML standard.

Supported by Hewlett-Packard and Tech Genesis Solutions technologies, JustLogin’s voice-enabled application “eLeave” will allow users to submit and process leave applications via voice commands through the phone.

“We are constantly looking at ways to improve our current offerings and to better meet the needs of our customers. Voice-enabling our leave management application has allowed us to offer companies an alternative interface to improve their workplace processes. Employees who do not have access to PCs or the Internet can now also enjoy the convenience of eLeave,” said Kwa Kim Chiong, CEO and Founder of JustLogin.

“As the e-services provider for JustLogin, HP is pleased to support the provision of eLeave over our robust and reliable infrastructure,” said Lawrence Chong, E-Services Business Manager, HP Services, South-East Asia.

JustLogin’s eLeave will allow users to submit or process leave applications within a simple telephone call. All users need to do is to respond with their voices according to the step-by-step instructions given, and interaction is carried out through a real-time intelligent speech-recognition engine. eLeave also comes with Short Message Service (SMS) and email capabilities to allow applicants to receive approval notifications.

JustLogin plans to voice-enable the other applications in its office collaborative suite. In the near future, users can expect to be able to book meeting rooms, access corporate contact information, participate in surveys, etc, using voice-enabled applications from JustLogin.


Janice Cheong

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