World Phone allows users to create a second virtual business identity with a separate mobile number, at a low cost.
Version 3.0 represents a major advance for the World Phone platform, addressing key enterprise requirements and adding important network resiliency capabilities.
The app contains features such as enterprise-grade encryption and state-of-the-art voice compression and decompression (codec) software.
Norwood’s app is expected to deliver high-quality and secure voice calling even on insecure or poor-quality data networks.
The company has also optimised World Phone’s existing user interface.
Significantly, the app now operates at high-performance on iOS 11 and iOS 10 on all recent iPhone hardware platforms from the iPhone 5s to the recently launched iPhone X.
Norwood is currently working on machine learning algorithms, to be incorporated into near-term releases for World Phone and World Message.
Machine learning algorithms have the objective of gleaning intelligence from smartphone-based voice and messaging communications that flows between an organisation’s staff and external stakeholders.
Norwood’s share price increased circa 71% during the past three months, last closing at $0.029.