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Allison Smith is an internationally recognized professional voice talent, specializing in telephone voice recordings. She is a female voice over artist with professional experience and offers services which include recording:

Chances are, you’ve already heard Allison Smith.

If you’ve ever entered your pin number into your telephone banking account,  you’ve probably heard the voice of Allison Smith guiding you through the call. If you’ve participated in a telephone survey, most likely it was Allison’s voice that encouraged you to rate your satisfaction. Ever signed onto a conference call, listened to the public airwaves, took an online training module, or received an automated phone reminder for an upcoming medical or dental appointment? You’ve probably heard voice artist Allison. She’s even been that voice that reminds you to take your ticket at the parking garage.

IVR — or “Interactive Voice Response” — is the term which applies to any time you dial a company and get an automated voice that sorts your call to various departments. There’s a very good likelihood that the warm, friendly voice you encounter when using these systems — no matter where you call — will be that of female voice over talent Allison Smith.

One of most prevalent and widespread telephone female voice artists working today, Allison has the soothing, friendly and familiar sound that you’re looking for. Notable for her work voicing Asterisk voice prompts for the Asterisk open-source PBX, Allison has voiced countless other platforms for major telcos and private companies alike.

So — listen to her voice samples, learn about her voice talent rates and follow Allison on Google+ and on Twitter  and Facebook.

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Upcoming Speaking Engagements

digium-asterisk-world   2015 is already shaping up to be a busy speaking year for Allison — January 27-30th finds Allison in Miami, speaking at Digium Asterisk World at IT Expo — the must-attend gathering for Internet Telephony Pros. Allison will be launching a new presentation: “The Next Level of IVR” — featuring current improvements in the structure and execution of IVR prompts — and what the future will bring.

 

OHMA LogoThen, from May 7-9th, Allison is thrilled to be invited by the On Hold Messaging Association to their yearly convention in New Orleans, giving her presentation: “Why On Hold is Broken — And Ways We Can Fix It”. This is her first time attending an OHMA gathering, and she looks forward to meeting its members and brainstorming about ways to make on hold systems smoother and more user-friendly.