Corporate Voice

Giving a voice to your company

Throughout the last years, we have acquired an exceptional skill: digitalising the human voice in a way that makes it sounds natural, even though it’s produced by a computer.
This is your chance to have an audible logo for your company or organisation. It’s a distinctive and unmistakable voice that greatly increases memorability and advertising efficiency.

Exclusive voices can be used for any application you can think of, be it on the phone, reading out webpages, for e-learning purposes or video clips.


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Our current project, in association with OEBB (the Austrian National Railway), is based on the creation of such a computer voice.  Recordings with nationally acclaimed commentator, model and actress Chris Lohner were used to digitalise and conserve her voice, while maintaining her authentic Austrian accent. OEBB is currently working on equipping all announcement systems with the new text-to-speech technology. Austrians can now again listen to Lohner’s prominent voice and, thanks to the supreme quality of our corporate voices, they probably won’t even notice it’s not the real Chris Lohner.


Roughly 1 million callers are registered to be calling the traffic information hotline of the German Radio station SWR per year. What they don’t know is they’re greeted not just by a pre-recorded voice, but our text-to-speech voice “Alex”. He is highly optimised for the traffic and transportation domain and provides relevant information in real time.

Another example can be found on Clipnow. They use our customer exclusive German voice “Sophie” as speaker for real estate videos.

You can have your individual and specific vocabulary integrated when creating a corporate voice, ensuring correct pronunciation even of rare or difficult words. If you’re interested in more information, simply ask. We’re happy to help you with any questions you might have and conditions for your individual corporate voice might be more favourable than you’ve thought.