At Sorenson, we believe in the value and importance of communication – it is the foundation of human connection.
This month, we are announcing a new feature – Wavello that allows a Deaf person, a hearing person, and an interpreter to all see each other on a Sorenson Relay call. What does this mean for you and your clients – especially during this pandemic, when many students and workers are not gathering in traditional settings? It means, going forward, when you need to communicate with your clients, there’s now an option for Deaf and hearing people to conference together during a Sorenson Relay call!
We originally planned to release this feature later this year, but now, because human interaction has been drastically limited due to coronavirus (COVID-19), we’ve been working night and day to get this feature to you sooner.
For Deaf users, this feature is already built into Sorenson’s ntouch suite of products. Hearing callers will be able to download the Wavello app, which is available at no cost for iOS and Android platforms through the App Store or Google Play. Once hearing callers download the app and register their phone number, they can receive video requests from Deaf people with whom they are speaking on a Sorenson Relay call.
We love Wavello and think you will, too!
For more information about Wavello, please see the press release at https://www.sorenson.com/about
Wavello – https://www.sorenson.com/GetWavello.