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FreeConferenceCall.com Offers Keywords Feature for Instant Access Into a Recorded Meeting
July 23, 2013

Free Conference Call Partners With VoiceBase to Enable  Generate Keyword-Enabled, Searchable Recordings

 

LONG BEACH, CA and SAN FRANCISCO, CA Jul 23, 2013 — FreeConferenceCall.com and http://www.voicebase.com/ announce that AutoNotes, VoiceBase’s fast and accurate voice analytics technology, has been integrated into the FreeConferenceCall.com audio conferencing service, empowering millions of call organizers to generate transcripts of their conference calls almost immediately. Meetings with FreeConferenceCall.com have more value and functionality than ever with Keywords (to click and play the exact moment in a discussion when a word or phrase was mentioned. 

“We are constantly seeking new features to strengthen the conference call experience,” said Dave Erickson, Founder and CEO of FreeConferenceCall.com. “Our users are going to increase their efficiency using click and play keyword links within their recorded call — minutes after their call ends. Being able to refer back to the content of their call so quickly is a natural extension of our free conferencing service and adds tremendous value for our customers.” 

Keywords works in conjunction with the call-recording functionality of FreeConferenceCall.com to analyze the audio during calls, and produces keywords that allow users to skip to relevant passages in their recorded conference calls.

“All of us have been on a conference call, and by the end of it, wondered who said what to whom, and when,” said VoiceBase CEO, Walter Bachtiger. “Even if you had a recording of the call, you would have to wade through the whole thing to find the passage you need. Now, with our partnership with FreeConferenceCall.com, you can use our keyword-tagged markers to skip to the passage you need.”

These extracted keywords and terms are emailed to the users immediately after the recorded call and then marked within the audio recordings so that these passages can be made fully searchable. Users who make private calls will still have their conversations remain private; the fully-automated service is launched only when a user clicks to enable the Keywords feature. 

FreeConferenceCall.com’s Keywords feature also offers a quick and user-friendly “Export to Evernote” function that will allow users to merge the time-stamped Keywords that link into the original recording into their Evernote accounts, along with any other notes or documents that they have generated during the conference call.

 

About FreeConferenceCall.com

 

FreeConferenceCall.com, the largest privately held conferencing provider in the United States, provides conference calling services to over 25 million callers a month, representing roughly 12% of all audio conferencing on the planet. The company’s reliable, high quality, reservation-less audio conferencing service is used to connect over 250 million calls a year and in 43 countries around the world. FreeConferenceCall.com’s pioneering all-digital network is built on proprietary media servers. StartMeeting (www.StartMeeting.com) is the new service from the creators of FreeConferenceCall.com. StartMeeting combines real-time desktop sharing with integrated audio conferencing, offering state of the art features such as meeting recording and a customizable Meeting Wall. This innovative and robust audio and web conferencing service is priced significantly less than similar services. FreeConferenceCall.com was founded in 2001 and is based in Long Beach, California.

 

 

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