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Nuance's Dragon Voicemail to Text Now Integrated with Siemens Enterprise Communications' OpenScape Xpressions Unified Messaging Solution

<p class='bwalignc'> <i>Optimized for Enterprise Messaging, Dragon Voicemail to Text Enables OpenScape Xpressions to Deliver Transcribed Voice Messages Directly to Email</i> </p>

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Nuance's Dragon Voicemail to Text Now Integrated with Siemens Enterprise Communications' OpenScape Xpressions Unified Messaging Solution08:00 EDT Wednesday, August 22, 2012 BURLINGTON, Mass. (Business Wire) -- Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced that Siemens Enterprise Communications has integrated Nuance's Dragon Voicemail to Text into its OpenScape Xpressions Unified Messaging solution. As a result, Siemens Enterprise Communications customers are able to receive transcriptions of voicemail messages delivered directly to their email inboxes. With the OpenScape Xpressions voicemail to text feature, enterprises are able to keep their workforces more connected and responsive from virtually anywhere. Voicemail is reliably transcribed using Nuance's enterprise-optimized Dragon voicemail to text technology, and delivered to email where it can be read from PCs and remotely. People no longer have to listen to voicemails one after the other, and can quickly determine whether a message is relevant, read the specifics, and take action. People are able to search, reply, forward, and delete messages -- the everyday messaging features they already know how to use and have come to rely on. All messages contain the original audio file for listening when necessary. “Offering key features such as voicemail, unified messaging, a sophisticated speech-enabled voice portal, intuitive multi-media messaging blending, and access from a variety of media and devices, OpenScape Xpressions was designed to make enterprise workers more productive and responsive from anywhere,” said Rick Puskar, senior vice president, Global Portfolio Management, Siemens Enterprise Communications. “With Dragon Voicemail to Text, our customers can easily “read” their voicemail messages from their preferred email client, which saves time, increases convenience, and improves productivity.” “Savvy enterprises are demanding solutions that offer clear efficiency benefits, and fit seamlessly with today's messaging intensive work environment,” said John Pollard, vice president and general manager, voice to text services, Nuance Mobile. “Dragon Voicemail to Text is incredibly easy to use and intuitive, and gives providers like Siemens Enterprise Communications another world-class solution as part of their portfolio of unified communications and messaging solutions. Powered by Dragon, message transcriptions are fast, accurate and get delivered to email – anytime, anywhere.” AvailabilityThe voicemail to text capability of OpenScape Xpressions is now available for enterprise deployment, supporting the English and German languages, with plans for additional language support this year. To learn more, visit Nuance's Dragon Voicemail to Text portfolio has been deployed by the world's leading carriers, service providers and enterprises in North and South America, Europe and Australia, and features the same core technology at the heart of Dragon NaturallySpeaking and the Dragon Mobile Apps. For more information on Nuance's voice-to-text offerings, visit About Nuance Communications, Inc.Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN) is a leading provider of voice and language solutions for businesses and consumers around the world. Its technologies, applications and services make the user experience more compelling by transforming the way people interact with devices and systems. Every day, millions of users and thousands of businesses experience Nuance's proven applications. For more information, please visit Nuance and the Nuance logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States of America and/or other countries. All other company names or product names may be the trademarks of their respective owners.The statements in this press release relating to future plans or future events or service, are forward-looking statements which are subject to specific risks and uncertainties. These could involve particular market trends, competition factors and other risks described in the documents submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The actual results, events and services may vary significantly from the forecasts. The reader is warned not to rely on these forward-looking statements without reservation, since these are simply reflections of the current situation. Nuance CommunicationsRebecca Paquette,