Introducing LVDN

Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 00:00

Welcome to the new LumenVox Developer Network. The site is relatively humble at the moment, but there are a number of interesting features we're excited about:

You'll note that in order to do things like post on the forums or view the complete whitepapers, you'll need to create an account. If you had an existing account on, we've created an account for you in the LumenVox Developer Network. Check your inbox, as you should have received an e-mail with instructions on how to set your initial password.

Note that moving forward there will not be a link between your main account (which lets you manage your LumenVox licenses) and your LVDN account — some limitations with the existing licensing system make this prohibitive. We plan to rectify this when we roll out the new licensing portal, but more about that later. For now just know that if you want to change your LVDN password or your password, you'll need to change it in both places.

More exciting than what's currently available is what comes next, which we hope is the growth of a vibrant, active speech community. We'll be doing our best to grow the technical resources over the coming months (including shooting some new videos to supplement and replace some of our more outdated training videos), but we'd really like your help.

What do you want to see in LVDN? What resources would help you? Feel free to leave us a comment or post in the forum with your thoughts.


The LVDN and this blog are cool additions to an already great and very helpful site. Congrats to get this up and running. How about synthesizing those blog posts that contain mostly plain text, using one of your high quality 22 Khz voices, allowing your audience to have the content read to them. Just an idea, to make the content available in just one more format and demonstrating TTS at the same time.

Stephen Keller's picture

Glad you're liking the site. Using the TTS to read out posts to users is an interesting idea, will have to add that to the list. Thanks!

Recent Blog Entries

Jeff Hopper

Whether through their PC, Smartphone or Digital Assistant devices customers today have embraced the use of speech recognition when seeking simple, quick and straightforward ways to accomplish a task or access information. They expect no less when reaching out to your contact center.

Jeff Hopper

As a foundational component supporting our channel partners and partner-focused business model, LumenVox offers a Partner Skills Certification Program. The Skills Certification process includes a training class and exam. The training provides basic knowledge transfer around LumenVox software and related tools. In the class, we provide partners with an overview and basic principles of how speech recognition and text-to-speech synthesis work...

Brian Pia

In a recent post; the ROI of Speech we discussed ways in which the use of speech recognition technology has changed the face of how companies interact with their customers. Perhaps the most significant benefit realized through the implementation of a speech enabled service solution is the enhanced level of intelligence delivered during the customer interaction. Customers are no longer bound to pushing keys to force fit their call reason into the company’s pre-determined options.