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Each year, more and more people are welcoming voice-enabled technology into their homes and offices. As part of the ever-growing presence of the Internet of Things, smart speakers such as Google Home and Amazon Echo are some of the most recognizable examples voice-based applications and IoT in the consumer space.

A recent study found that 66.4 million US adults own a smart speaker as of January 2019.  

Why i3 for Amazon Alexa Skill and Google Home Development?

Accelerate your journey to the voice-assistant market with i3’s experience in voice assistant development services. We offer services for custom Amazon Alexa skill development as well as other leading voice assistants such as Google Home and Apple's Siri.

We are one of the only software & product development companies in the Madison, WI area who also has a dedicated team of designers and engineers to craft a complete end-to-end IoT experience.

Our team of skilled developers specializes in building voice interactions for existing systems as well as new products and services for both consumers and enterprise applications. Whether it controls for today’s smart home or checking the status of a remote facility, i3 can open up new markets and opportunities through voice. We design and implement voice interactions that provide the functional, intuitive, and user-friendly experience your customers expect.

Service Offerings

At i3 Product Development, we provide complete skill development for Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home Assistant, and Apple’s Siri including:

  • Custom voice interactions
  • Integrations for smart home
  • Submission requirements
  • Marketing consultation
  • User experience strategy

What are Amazon Alexa Skills & voice-enabled app development?

Learn more about voice skills and how voice-enabled applications work with these key concepts:

01 Automatic Speech Recognition Technology

Enables a machine or computer program to receive and interpret dictation or to understand and carry out spoken commands. This tech can analyze the sounds you make when talking by digitizing it to a format it can understand, and then analyzing it for meaning. It’s the first step that allows voice assistants to respond when we say “Ok, Google tell me the weather” or “Alexa, how far away is the moon?”

02 Artificial Intelligence

AI makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks that we once believed only humans could do. For Amazon Alexa, this AI is a cloud-based service called Alexa Voice Services.  

Alexa Voice Service will process the response and identify the user’s intent, then it makes the web service request to third party server if needed. If the information the user is looking for exists at an external third-party service, the request will collect that information.

03 Interactive Voice Response (IVR)

A technology that enables a computer to interact with humans through either voice or dual-tone multi-frequency signals.  With contemporary IVR systems, the input gathered and responses can be in the form of spoken word. When a voice assistant finds an appropriate response to a query, it sends them to the Echo smart speaker and reads it aloud for the user.


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