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Fast-Talk and Dictaphone Provide Audio Search Sechnology

STRATFORD, CT - Dictaphone Corporation announced that its Communications Recording Systems (CRS) group has signed an agreement with Fast-Talk. The new technology will provide instantaneous location of key words, phrases and proper names in recorded audio files.
Posted Oct 1, 2002
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STRATFORD, CT - Dictaphone Corporation announced that its Communications Recording Systems (CRS) group has signed an agreement with Fast-Talk. The new technology will provide instantaneous location of key words, phrases and proper names in recorded audio files. Contact centers, financial services, insurance companies and public safety agencies are just a few examples of voice recording environments that will find the new search technology to be an invaluable tool for measuring quality assurance, verifying script compliance, and providing timely feedback in emergency situations. Through the alliance with Fast-Talk, Dictaphone Corporation has developed Freedom Navigator, an application that can be layered on its Freedom recording platform. Using Freedom Navigator, key words or phrases can be located from audio recorded on the Freedom recording system, regardless of where the calls are stored. According to Ed Rucinski, senior vice president and general manager for Dictaphone Corporation's CRS group, "Contact center managers in all environments, from public safety dispatch centers to commercial contact centers, want their facility to be recognized as the industry leader when it comes to customer service. Freedom Navigator provides one more tool to facilitate realization of that goal through the quick retrieval of key words and phrases from agent/customer conversations." "With over 8 million hours recorded daily, Dictaphone's customers accumulate tremendous amounts of audio that have been virtually impossible to access. We look forward to working with Dictaphone to provide a breakthrough for the call recording community", said Armistead Whitney, president and CEO of Fast-Talk.
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