Almost everything that was once written and typed is now recorded and stored on video and audio files. Communication, knowledge, instructions, archives, how-to….sure it’s all there but it’s also inaccessible.
A new generation of tools is needed to organize and search all this data and make it usable.
Think about it like this:
What search did for text and websites, we all need for video and audio. This is what OP3Nvoice brings.
Our platform is already being piloted by some of the world’s largest banks and insurance companies, it’s being used in video learning, HR interview apps and in contact centers …and this is just the beginning.
The power of OP3Nvoice lies in the control and flexibility it gives you to build solutions on top of your synthesized conversation database.
Mobento curates and organizes the world's best educational videos and makes them available to students on any device. OP3Nvoice helps users find the exact moment in the exact lecture that they want , instantly.
Digital Reasoning builds software that understands human communication in many languages, across many domains, and at enormous scale. OP3Nvoice helps Digital Reasoning extend its reach across key communication channels.
The moment you connect your media files to the OP3Nvoice platform you can begin bringing it back to life. The information captured through conversations, lectures, conference calls, sales meetings, CRMs, market research groups, key note speeches philosophical inquiries with your pet labrador can be surfaced and made useful to you.
Our RESTful API makes this easy.
The world of written data is well organized. The bigger and faster growing world of dynamic media ain't.
While it's becoming easier to create vast quantities of audio and video, it hasn't gotten any easier to make sense of them. The use of tagging and directories becomes more cumbersome and inefficient as the amount of data grows.
The OP3Nvoice platform solves this problem.
Find patterns, insights, and knowledge by asking questions of your media files.
Our simple API makes this easy. One API call allows you to send us your data; another allows you to search it.