New Aspasia Cloud will 'revolutionise' estate agency software
Wednesday 17th February 2010
Written by Rosalind Renshaw
The new Aspasia Cloud software will mean agents can simply talk straight into their mobile phones in order to make new entries on their computers.
The whole application will have the ability to run off a mobile phone, with integrated voice recognition software.
Founder Stewart Anderson said: “We think it’s a big first. The entire software programme, not just a cut-down app, can run from a mobile phone.
“That is special enough, but having the ability to walk round a house and complete an inventory or take down property details on your phone, straight into the right fields in the database, simply by talking, is really neat.
“Agency software is at last really beginning to change.”
The voice recognition capability is a feature of the Google Nexus One phone.
Anderson says: “Our application works very well with it. The voice recognition does get a few words wrong occasionally, which have to be over-typed. I have found using an American accent helps!”
The eagerly awaited Aspasia Cloud will also have the entire Google email system integrated into it, meaning that users can send and receive emails directly, without any of the cutting and pasting that other systems involve.
The whole application is designed to be used by agents who may or may not have offices, who work on the move, and whose work is automatically backed up on the ‘cloud’.
The Aspasia launch is expected in the second quarter of this year.
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