Otter.ai launches enterprise-ready transcription and collaboration tool
Otter.ai, a provider of transcription and collaboration software, has launched an enterprise-ready solution of its product.
The product, known as Otter for Teams, includes a variety of new features, from account management to provisioning, reporting, and support for single sign-on. The solution also allows users to read conversations sent to them by their team members, submitted live in their account.
Otter was first introduced in 2018 and has been adopted widely, at a 100% growth rate every quarter according to the company. Until now, users have recorded, transcribed, organised, and edited more than 6 million audio and video meetings, lectures, and other essential conversations.
With the release of Otter for Teams, the company aims for speech-recognition error rate and speaker-recognition error rate to be reduced by more than 25% and 50%, respectively. Additionally, this new subscription version has also added features like real-time collaborative highlighting and shared speaker identity tagging. A partnership between Otter and Zoom enables conversations recorded by Zoom users to be automatically uploaded to Otter.
The product is available on an annual subscription basis at $12.50 per month.
Last November, RingCentral – a provider of cloud-based communications and collaboration solutions for companies – introduced a unified mobile app that helps people to communicate the way they want using the device of their choice. This app offers similar features like Otter, including voice, team messaging, video meetings, and other key features into a single user experience instead of using multiple applications.
You can find out more about Otter for Teams here.
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