Audio Messaging Interchange SpecificationAbbreviated as AMIS, the Audio Messaging Interchange Specification is a voice processing standard for call and voice processing. AMIS enables an organization's locations to transfer and forward voice messages between systems while addressing the problem of how voice messaging systems produced by different vendors interact for the purpose of exchanging voice messages. The AMIS standard was first published in 1992 by the Industry Information Association.
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