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Table of Contents

United States IVR System Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems MarketIntroduction to the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems MarketSummary of Major FindingsMarket Growth - Opportunities and Total ForecastAnalysis by Major SegmentCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsUnited States IVR System Markets, Market Engineering Research MethodologyResearch ScopeObjectives and PurposeReport Structure and Market SegmentationMarket Engineering Forecasting MethodologyOverviewStrategic Significance of the Market Engineering ForecastJudging Credibility and Accuracy of Market Engineering ForecastsForecast AssumptionsGlossary of TermsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsUnited States IVR System Markets, Industry ChallengesIdentification of Challenges Facing the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems IndustryIdentification of Challenges Facing the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems IndustryRising Price Erosion Endangers the Financial Position of Some IVR and Speech Vendors Vendors Must Bring More Experienced VARs into the IVR Systems Market or Lose Revenue PotentialVendors Must Develop Open IVR and Voice Systems or Risk Being Driven Out of the Market Vendors Must Increase Market Awareness and Acceptance for their Technologies or Lose Key Potential Customers Higher Growth Rates of the Advanced Speech Technology Markets Create Significant Revenue OpportunitiesSmall Companies with Limited Financial Capital Will Be Driven Out of the MarketVendors that Capitalize on the Market Request for Bundled CPE Applications Will Gain Valuable Market Share Points Vendors that Do not Take Advantage of the Rise of the Internet Will Lose Sales Opportunities Fast-Changing Technologies Oblige Vendors to Continually Invest in Product Improvements and New Product LaunchesGrowing Saturation of the Traditional IVR Customer Segments Forces Vendors to Seek New Markets for their ProductsMarket Engineering Measurement Analysis of the Total U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems IndustryIntroductionIntroductionMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket AgeRevenuesPotential RevenuesBase Year Market Growth RateForecast Period Market Growth RateUnitsSaturationReplacement RateInstalled BaseAverage PricePrice RangePrice SensitivityCompetitorsDegree of CompetitivenessDegree of Technical ChangeMarket ConcentrationMarket ShareMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems Market 1995-2005Total Market Segment AnalysisMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Competitive StructureForecast by End User GroupsForecast by End User GroupsTelecommunications End User MarketInsurance End User MarketFinance and Banking End User MarketHealthcare End User MarketTravel and Hospitality End User MarketConsumer and Industrial Goods Manufacturers End User MarketGovernment and Educational Institutions End User MarketOther End User MarketForecasts by Distribution ChannelsForecasts by Distribution ChannelsValue-Added-Resellers & Systems Integrators Channel MarketOEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Channel MarketIndependent Distributor Channel MarketDirect Sales Channel MarketMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. IVR Automatic Speech Recognition Software Market 1995-2005Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Market DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsOther Market and Technology TrendsPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureCompetitive StructureCompetitive Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Winners and WhyMarket Share Losers and WhyProduct AnalysisMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. IVR Speaker Verification Software Market 1995-2005Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Market DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsOther Market and Technology TrendsPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureCompetitive StructureCompetitive Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Winners and WhyMarket Share Losers and WhyProduct AnalysisMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. IVR Text-to-Speech Software Market 1995-2005Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Market DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsOther Market and Technology TrendsPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureCompetitive StructureCompetitive Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Winners and WhyProduct AnalysisMarket Engineering Research for the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Boards Market 1995-2005Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Market DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsOther Market and Technology TrendsPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureCompetitive StructureCompetitive Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Winners and WhyUnited States IVR System Markets, Market Engineering StrategyMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsCorporate Management Marketing DepartmentResearch and DevelopmentSales DepartmentMarket Engineering Awards for the U.S. Interactive Voice Response Systems MarketFrost & Sullivan's 1999 Market Engineering AwardsFrost & Sullivan's 1999 Market Engineering AwardsMarket Engineering AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering Leadership AwardThe 1999 Market Engineering Customer Focus AwardThe 1999 Market Engineering Product Line Strategy Award




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