Who We Are
Mediavoice’s Mission is to break down the Digital Divide through the use of the most advanced intelligent voice technology, to allow everyone access to the digital world in a simple, natural, effective and efficient way.
Mediavoice S.r.l. was founded in 2000 by some IT professionals and managers, experts in technological innovation and voice technologies. In 2000 he patented his own Voice Portal platform, which will then be followed by another 3 patents. In 2001 he received the Archimede Award from G. Galateri, former President of the Fiat Group, as the best innovative startup among 400 participants. In 2002, he received the award for best young innovative company (Small business category) from ANIE, the National Association of Computer and Electronics Companies, together with Alcatel (Large business category). In 2003 he opens an operational office in Foggia. In 2005, together with the Italian Union of the Blind and Visually Impaired and the University of Messina, he established Cultorale S.c.a.r.l. company specialized in solutions for the blind, immediately awarded as the second best innovative young company of 2007 by UNIONCAMERE. In 2006 he opens an operational office in Messina. In 2009 he launched a new product: Speaky Media Center. Mediavoice operates in the production of innovative and enabling software technologies and especially in the integration of advanced speech recognition and synthesis technologies with the Internet and with the Personal Computer.
Mediavoice believes in the social value of the market and healthy and efficient companies, which, although primarily and directly driven by profit and oriented to create wealth, can be an example of solidarity, helping to create a ‘better world.’ How? By redistributing a small part of the profits to the weaker countries, contributing among other things to reducing the distances between peoples and therefore also the tensions between them, thus contributing consequently to a solidarity useful, not least, to the market itself. For this reason, Mediavoice allocates 2% of social profits to development and computerization projects in third world countries.