ARGOsearch

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ARGOsearch
Industry Internet
Software
Telecomunications
Founder(s) Paul Murphy, Angela Clarke
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Area served United States, United Kingdom, Australia
Key people Paul Murphy
(CEO and Co Founder)
Website www.argosearch.com

About ARGOsearch[edit]

ARGOsearch allows users to search recordings for spoken words, phone numbers and dates associated with a conversation, i.e. the audio recording, call notes, transcriptions, and meta-data. [1]

ARGOsearch is a spin off from Calltrunk - a disruptive, cloud-based call recording and call management business that provides services to consumers, SMBs and large enterprises. ARGOsearch was developed on Calltrunk's OpenVoice Platform. [2]

How it works[edit]

The ARGOsearch software, available for computers and mobile devices, enables users to record phone calls and search them for verbal information.[3]

Subscribers store spoken data from mobiles, land lines, Skype or a dictaphone, and upload them into an online storage bank. They can then search the recorded conversations for dates, times, words or phrases.[4] ARGOsearch's word indexation accuracy is around 80%.

ARGOsearch enables individuals and small companies to capture, store and search conversations in the way that large companies already can.[5]

ArgoSearch is currently free, though a OP3Nvoice spokesman said the company would eventually charge for it. It works in Web browsers and on the iPhone, and Android phones.[6]

ARGOsearch is available in beta in the US, UK and Australia.[5]

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