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SCME introduces fixed option ARM product

National Mortgage Professional
Jul 30, 2006

Virtual Management integrates EVA with OutlookMortgagePress.comVoice recognition software, Virtual Management Inc., Outlook Virtual Management Inc. has upgraded its Electronic Virtual Assistant (EVA) voice recognition system to be able to synchronize user-dictated data, such as contact information and calendar entries, with Microsoft Outlook 2002, XP and 2003. Through dictation, EVA users can store and retrieve data, send e-mails, schedule meetings and reminders, fill out sales reports and maintain to-do lists. The upgraded system is compatible with both PDA- and desktop-based Outlook applications, and subscriptions start at $69.95 per month. Salt Lake City-based Virtual Management Inc. is a provider of voice-based services. For more information, call (877) 447-3382 or visit www.evaforhire.com.
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