voice analyst

voice analyst

A person responsible for designing telephony systems, including PBXs, interactive voice response (IVR) systems and call centers.
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Collin Rainey, Voice Analyst at Defender, was recognized for his work on driving improved sales and customer experience with speech analytics.
A VOICE analyst is to work on the case of an alleged former IRA commander accused of aiding and abetting the murder of Disappeared victim Jean McConville, a court heard yesterday.
As committal proceedings began against Hoey, of Jonesborough, south Armagh, it also emerged that a voice analyst believes the suspect telephoned through the warning on another attack weeks before the August 1998 Real IRA massacre in Omagh.
IP voice is going mainstream, but it's not quite there yet," says Matthias Machowinski, Infonetics Research's next generation voice analyst.
Although the line is supposed to be anonymous, police had a message examined by a voice analyst.
At London's Bow Street Magistrates, prosecutor Ms Janice Quayle told the court that a report by a voice analyst had proved inconclusive and there was insufficient evidence.
Alban Thurston, IP Voice Analyst, at Ovum said "This latest announcement by Telia, Cisco and Sylantro reflects Ovum's belief that, after years of trials, the IP centrex market is at long last poised for dramatic and rapid growth.
A VOICE analyst insisted in court yesterday that the man accused of the Omagh bombing had warned of another attack a few weeks earlier.
However, actual adoption of IP voice in North America is still in its infancy, and needs to overcome the inertia new markets face," says Matthias Machowinski, Infonetics Research's next generation voice analyst and lead author of the study.
There are many examples of companies migrating to IP voice platforms and investing in this new technology, and they will continue to," said Matthias Machowinski, Infonetics Research's next gen voice analyst and lead author of the study.

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