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3 Reasons to Buy Nuance Communications

By Andrew Tonner - Apr 5, 2013 at 3:00PM

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Three good reasons to buy this high-growth tech stock.

In the video below, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner explains three reasons why Nuance Communications (NUAN) will likely grow. First, its speech recognition technology is the best in the business. It can translate over 60 languages and dialects and thus has worldwide licensing potential. Second, speech recognition software is spreading into consumer electronics. Apple already uses Nuance with Siri -- iTV and iWatch are likely to follow. Other companies are following suit. Finally, there is huge potential in the health care industry. As financial pressures grow, voice recognition technology could be used to cut labor costs.

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