2014 has been a busy year for CereProc and with only days to go before Christmas, here are some highlights:
First off the website has been freshened up and improved for our users. We love the new look and, more importantly, our users do too. Navigating the site and finding information has never been easier.
Our free social radio app, MyMyRadio, spent its first full year in the iTunes store. Lots of you have downloaded it - so thanks! We're looking forward to bringing further improvements and additions to MyMyRadio in 2015.
CereProc partnered with Swiss robotics group Devathro, to bring lifelike speech to their flagship robot.
We hope you're enjoying a happy and healthy festive period, but should you need to call the NHS NHS urgent helpline '111',our Scottish voice Stuart will be your first point of contact.
CereProc's cast of voices starred in Your Call an opera by Kevin Jones, at the Tete-a-Tete festival in London this summer.
The superbowl this year drew the biggest TV audience in history. Mircosoft's ad: 'Empowering' was narrated by NFL star Steve Gleason using the text-to-speech voice we built for him. Go Team Gleason!
The release of CereVoice Me is one of our proudest achievements of 2014. Our pioneering web-based voice cloning service produces a text-to-speech version of their own voice in the comfort of their own home, quickly and affordably. In agreement with MND Scotland, everyone referred through the charity will receive a discount and CereProc will make a donation on their behalf.
All the hard work has paid off as nothing beats receiving positive feedback from our customers:- check out this YouTuber . Our ratings on the Google Play Store have been glowing: we always enjoy reading the lovely comments you leave!
Phew! It's been one hectic year to say the least, and 2015 is going to be even busier for CereProc. To get you all in the mood to bring in 2015, Heather has volunteered her rendition of Auld Lang Syne