NTT R&D launched a collaborative and hands-on API environment "Atelier N" on April 1, 2015, where service players can try to use various functions. We call for business partners who participate in "Atelier N" as service developers and function providers.
The "Atelier N" experimentally exposes functions provided by NTT R&D and collaborative partners through APIs. By using those APIs, business partners can try to develop prototypes of service applications and present PoC demonstrations. As of April 1, 2015, "Call Control API" and "Contact Center API" are available in "Atelier N". Hereinafter, we plan to add various kinds of APIs to use functions provided by NTT R&D and collaborative partners. In addition, we will realize various mechanisms to support service developers.
Through "Atelier N", we try to develop partnership with a variety of market players and aim to support them to create new services as a "Value Partner (Value Added Enabler)".
|Name of APIs||Overview||Function Providers|
|Call Control API||"Call Control API" realizes integration between web technologies and telephone features.
For example, click-to-call on your website and call notification to web services are realized.
|Contact Center API||Basic features of contact center are available through "Contact Center API".
This enables web collaboration and feature expansion combining various APIs.
|NTT Software Corporation|
|More APIs will be added|
* Participants in "Atelier N" CANNOT provide a commercial service using APIs provided by "Atelier N".
We are seeking business partners who participate in "Atelier N" as (A) service developers and (B) function providers.
To participate in "Atelier N", you can inquiry on the below website of "Atelier N".
Unified Service Corporation is an application developer and creates CRM and business support services which enable integration between Web technologies and telephone features. It utilizes a cloud-based call application by Speak2Leads, Inc. and a cloud CRM service by Salesforce.com, Inc.
TMA Solutions is an application developer and creates contact center services which utilize WebRTC technologies and text-chat features.
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Information Network Laboratory Group
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