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In the case of Nuance Communications
Since Nuance's earnings came through loud and clear with quarterly non-GAAP revenue that grew 55% -- or about 18.5% with acquisitions factored out -- investors have been more bullish on the company as it expands its reach into an increasing number of speech and imaging markets. In addition to having top-tier clients such as Dell
Speech recognition will be a HUGE future market, and Nuance is the 900 pound gorilla in this market. Because of the complexity and accumulated know-how, this is not a market that competitors can just hop right into. As the market develops, I could even see Nuance as an acquisition target of a Microsoft-type company.
I agree with crepps. When you have 800-pound competitors like Microsoft
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