There are two types of technology that drive a speech analytics platform One is Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition, or LVCSR This is essentially speech-to-text technology and is dependent on the dictionary to identify words that are contained and spoken within phone conversations The[...]
"This call may be monitored for quality assurance" Any one of us who has ever called a customer service center has heard that profound eight word sentence Well, to monitor a few calls here and there may be a sound move to ensure quality in your business’ customer contacts But, what if you had[...]
Here is just one example of a successful implementation of a web-based speech analytics solution by a small to medium-sized business: Background: Career College was founded in 1966 and has grown to five campuses The College’s mission is to prepare students through allied health and business[...]
One of our customers happens to be a Fortune 500 company After using CallFinder's speech analytics solution for about six months, they have successfully identified where agents are going off-script Armed with this data, the company improved their training programs to reduce compliance[...]
Today, businesses are under pressure to produce more, with fewer resources Striking the right balance between expenses for efficient operational tools and resources, and growing sales to support those expenses, presents a challenge for dealerships Finding ways to optimize operational efficiency in[...]
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