St. George, Utah (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
LogMyCalls, the award-winning call tracking and Conversation Analytics SaaS, released a fresh, new infographic today detailing call tracking SaaS growth. The infographic is the first in a series of infographics that LogMyCalls will create this year.
Later this year the LogMyCalls content team will create infographics about call tracking, Conversation Analytics, content marketing, sales skills, and local SEO.
Marketers use LogMyCalls to extract data from phone calls. LogMyCalls does this using complex speech recognition technology and tens of thousands of sophisticated proprietary algorithms to track marketing ROI, gather call analytics data, assign lead scores, and automate marketing actions. LogMyCalls does all these things based on the phrases, words and intonations it ‘hears’ during the call conversation. This feature is called Conversation Analytics.
Because of the revolutionary capabilities of Conversation Analytics, LogMyCalls was named the winner of the 2013 Amazon Web Services Global Start-Up Challenge. More than 2500 companies from 85 countries applied for the honor.
Some of the facts included on the fancy LogMyCalls 2013 Year-in-Review Infographic are:
“We loved the idea of sharing our company story in infographic form,”said Carlton van Putten, Vice President of Marketing. “This infographic is a very interactive way to learn why marketers across North America are buzzing about LogMyCalls.”
LogMyCalls combines traditional call tracking and call recording with Conversation Analytics—the powerful analysis of phone calls. It evaluates the content of calls by analyzing the words and phrases that are actually spoken on the call. LogMyCalls uses speech recognition technology and sophisticated algorithms to gauge lead quality, measure conversions, analyze phone performance, and take action with marketing automation.
LogMyCalls helps advertisers and agencies make better marketing decisions, improve close rates on the phone, and generate more revenue. For more information visit LogMyCalls.com.