EvaluAgent has announced the launch of its AI-powered Conversation Analytics capabilities.
Designed and built with its’ actual customers, this is the first analytics product available to the Contact Center market that has real user cases at the heart of its functionality.
EvaluAgent Conversation Analytics uses AI automated speech recognition (ASR) and speech analytics to analyze every phone call, email and ticket for actionable insight and automatically evaluate them against the contact centers’ measures of success.
Following a record 12 months that have seen revenues and headcount more than double, there are now thousands of contact center agents and reps using EvaluAgent’s award-winning Quality Management & Performance Improvement platform.
Across hundreds of customers globally, brands such as Jet2, DHL and Ubisoft are achieving real, tangible quality assurance benefits. The enhancements that Conversation Analytics will bring to their already successful QA teams are unquestionably game-changing for the industry.
QA teams can move away from manually evaluating 1-2% of randomly selected conversations and focus on doing a deeper dive into the conversations where customers have expressed dissatisfaction, vulnerability, or highlighted a broken process.
Jaime Scott, CEO of EvaluAgent said, “This release is proof that when applied with real customer needs in mind, AI can provide step-change capabilities for contacts centers. For too long, bigger players in the market have claimed to provide game-changing technology.
Our customers have consistently told us that the promises from the big players aren’t met by the solutions they provide, and at prices that are increasingly becoming unjustifiable.”
“EvaluAgent Conversation Analytics will provide tangible benefits to our customers. We know this because it’s our customers who have designed and built this product in partnership with us.
It allows us to keep the pricing of our AI-powered QA solutions very affordable in the mid-market but allows for a true enterprise feature set to be made available for use in contact centers of all sizes across the globe”.