Tuesday, May 25, 2010,
/ 11:00am PT
A recent study of mobile users revealed that 94% want their voicemails delivered as a text message or email. By converting voicemails into text messages or emails, users can read the voice messages in a fraction of the time it takes to dial a voicemail box and listen to the details. And, when voicemail is delivered in text format, it can easily be shared with coworkers via email from a computer or mobile phone as well as stored and indexed for future reference.
Here’s what David Politis, EVP and GM at Vocalocity is saying about voicemail to text:
Voicemail Transcription services that convert voice messages into an email are a tremendous time saver allowing our customers to make the most of their busy day. As a user myself, this feature has even changed the way I communicate by allowing me to quickly respond to voicemails from my smart phone, even in the middle of meetings."
So, what’s your voicemail to text strategy?
This webinar will help you understand the opportunity for voicemail-to-text with market data, pricing analysis, case studies and design best practices.
What you will learn:
Who should attend:
- User demand for voicemail to text
- Pricing analysis and trends
- Case studies
- Design and implementation best practices
- Product Management
- Business Development
After the presentation, the Webinar will be open for a live Q&A. Be sure to have your questions ready!