This month, GreenKey leadership participated in events in Chicago, New York, Orlando, Toronto and Zurich, focusing on promoting our open source partnership with FINOS, explaining our collaboration with Verint, and exploring new opportunities with emergency services. Meeting the Nation’s Police Chiefs Our founder, Anthony Tassone, attended IACP’s annual conference in Orlando to meet with chiefs of police and better understand the growing need police and fire departments have for voice technology.
Since 2005, members of the open-source community gather in Chicago each year for FreeSWITCH ClueCon. This annual conference is “a conference for developers, by developers” of the open-source voice over IP technology “FreeSWITCH” that powers many telephony platforms (including GreenKey). Our Senior Software Engineer, Patrick Kuca, has been attending the conference since 2016. Here’s a Q&A about his experience from this year’s conference. How do you approach your time at ClueCon?
GreenKey, creator of patented voice software with integrated speech recognition designed for the financial markets, today announced the firm has joined the Symphony Software Foundation, a nonprofit organization fostering innovation in financial services through open source software (OSS). GreenKey will release a Community Edition of its voice software development kit (SDK) that will enable banks and other financial market firms to “voice enable” any web application. GreenKey Community Edition provides a free commercial license to access desktop “voice widgets” written for popular browser frameworks that can be embedded into Wall Street firms’ existing web applications to enable secure, complex calling capabilities.