HTK Ltd

HTK Limited
Type Privately Held / Employee-Owned
Industry Telecom
Founded 1996
Headquarters Ipswich, Suffolk, UK
Key people CEO: Marlon Bowser
Chairman: Stewart Davies
Revenue unknown
Employees 25
Website www.htkhorizon.com

HTK Limited is a software-as-a-service company that provides mobile phone messaging and IVR services. HTK Limited is not to be confused with the HTK Hidden Markov model speech recognition toolkit, though the company does produce telephone services using speech recognition.

Founded in 1996, HTK is headquartered in Ipswich, Suffolk, UK.

HTK has received media coverage for its mass notification services,[1] and has been well publicised in the East of England for providing the "Police Direct" messaging service to Suffolk[2][3] and Norfolk[4] Constabularies.

In 2010 the HTK Horizon SaaS platform was selected[5] by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) for their Floodline Warnings Direct service.

History

  • 1996 - HTK was founded by Marlon Bowser and Adrian Gregory in 1996 and from the outset focused on what has now become commonly known as Software-as-a-Service.
  • 2004 - According to the Deloitte Fast 50 (UK), HTK is the 17th fastest growing company in the East of England. HTK wins the Deloitte Fast 50 award for Management Excellence.[6]
  • 2005 - HTK lists 65th nationally and 4th in the East of England in the Sunday Times & Microsoft "Tech Track 100" awards.[7]
  • 2009 - HTK is one of only five UK messaging suppliers to be approved as a supplier to UK Government under a new framework agreement.[8]
  • 2010 - HTK launches version 2.2 of its Horizon platform,[9] with a feature set that signals a shift from mass notification into the customer service automation market.

See also

References

External links

  • HTK Horizon website
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