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CXone Cloud Transcription Service converts speech into text. Transcription is also called speech-to-text (STT). CXone can use the text in several ways, such as updating contact records or confirming a contact's responses to IVR Automated phone menu that allows callers to interact through voice commands, key inputs, or both, to obtain information, route an inbound voice call, or both.. The speech can come from sources such as IVR Automated phone menu that allows callers to interact through voice commands, key inputs, or both, to obtain information, route an inbound voice call, or both. or voicemail.
Another use of speech-to-text in CXone is for virtual agent bots and agent assist applications. A virtual agent is a software application that can handle interactions with customers in place of a live human agent. An agent assist application offers helpful information to agents during interactions.
CXone Cloud Transcription Service uses third-party transcription providers. You can choose the provider that you want Cloud Transcription Service to use. You need to create a transcription profile that specifies the provider you want to use and the language you want that profile to transcribe. If you need to transcribe multiple languages, you need to create a profile for each one. Supported languages vary by transcription provider.
CXone Cloud Transcription Service supports these transcription (speech-to-text (STT)) providers:
- Google Transcription Service
- Microsoft Azure Transcription Service
Each transcription provider offers a different set of languages. Because the selection of languages can change at any time, to see the most up to date list of supported languages, you can:
- Check the online help for each transcription provider.
- Look at the Transcription Profiles page for each provider.
Some languages in Google Transcription Service support Google's enhanced model for speech recognition. A Use Enhanced option appears under the Language drop-down list in the transcription profile when the selected language supports this option.