Oaisys Adds Speech Search to Talkument and Tracer Call Recording
Oaisys, a provider of business call recording and contact center management solutions, today announced the early adopter release of version 7.3 of its Talkumentand Tracer software solutions, a version that includes new speech search functionality. Based on the Aurix speech engine, the Oaisys speech search application allows users to search call recordings based on spoken content.
"Combined with our solutions' industry-leading compliance functionality, speech search provides users with an enhanced ability to quickly locate any and all calls needed to support documentation for regulatory or business process issues," said Brian Spencer, president of Oaisys, in a statement. "Used in conjunction with our existing text-based search functionality, this application will significantly reduce the time required to obtain results when identifying and retrieving pertinent recordings."
The speech search feature uses advanced phonetics-based technology to query recordings for spoken phrases and return those containing one or more matches.
Speech search is available in an array of flexible deployment and usage options. It can be hosted by the same platform hosting the Oaisys audio recording server or on a separate system to optimize performance and minimize load. Users will be able to search their entire libraries of indexed calls or fine tune their queries to focus on specific portions of calls in their databases.
Official early adopter release for version 7.3 is scheduled for June 25, with release to general availability planned for late August. The feature will be made available as an optional licensed item. Existing Oaisys customers who upgrade to version 7.3 will be able to leverage the speech search capability with their libraries of existing call recordings.
"We have made significant investments in our products and partnerships to bring our users the best possible solutions for regulatory compliance and improved business process performance," Spencer said. "In keeping with our Oaisys AllWays vision, we have made our solutions available in a range of deployment options and accessible across modern devices. We plan to extend this vision further in subsequent products and services to be announced later this year."