Understand voice transcripts


A voice transcript is a textual representation of the words spoken during a voice interaction and provides a view into the interaction between the customer and internal participants (that is, IVR, ACD, agent, conference, or voicemail). When an interaction involves audio input (not all interactions include audio) and you enable voice transcription, the call audio streams to a transcription service, which then transcribes the audio into text format. The visual representation of the transcription includes timing and speaker information.

Use the Transcript tab to get more insight into the content of voice interactions, to improve training and feedback for call center employees, and to identify business problems.

Note
  • If a mid-call failure occurs, the system does not capture voice transcription for that interaction.
  • The ability to generate voice transcripts that are shown in the Transcript tab is dependent on licensing, deployment type and language. For more information, see Configure voice transcription.
  • Transcripts are encrypted and are safely stored to protect them from unauthorized access.  The encryption used is the same as the encryption used for recorded interactions. For more information, see Encryption key overview.
  • The language model used within the Genesys voice transcription capability is trained based on contact center conversations. As a result, it is best suited to transcribe those types of conversations.  Genesys voice transcription is not trained on general conversations and is not meant to be used as a generalized transcription engine.
  • When using a Genesys Cloud Voice or BYOC Cloud telephony connection, transcription occurs in near real time and is available in the user interface and API within minutes of the call completing.

Key features

  • Readable – Transcripts include words that were detected by the transcription engine.
  • Search – Transcripts include a local search option that enables you to quickly find exactly what you want within the transcript.
  • Timestamps – Transcripts include a timestamp for every speaker utterance. The timestamp enables you to easily find when a phrase was said.
  • Speaker identification – Speakers are identified throughout the transcript. The speaker can be a Customer, IVR, ACD, agent, conference, or voicemail. For more information, see the View who is talking during a voice interaction section in the Work with a voice transcript page.

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