Feel free to email or call, we would love to hear from you. In the meantime, here are answers to some of the questions we encounter most often.
In all side by side tests performed to date, VRX out-performs competing offerings. We do not offer benchmark data as the results can often be misleading. Accuracy comparisons are only useful if done side-by-side and in identical cirumstances with matching hardware resources and language models. The test audio must be clean (i.e., not available to the vendor prior to testing).
Be very wary of companies boasting a (insert very high number here) % accuracy. It is vital that your specific environment is fully understood before any indication of performance can be given. Any numbers given prior to such discussions should be treated with caution.
We are confident that VRX will not be beaten in accuracy. Verbyx will fully refund your licence fee if you are not satisfied with the performance.
VRX will operate happily on most versions of Microsft Windows and in 32bit or 64bit modes. We can also offer support for Linux and other operating systems are available on request.
Verbyx has developed a unique capability for developing new acoustic models with limited training data. We can very quickly support new languages as requested. We could happily provide a long list of supported languages but we believe such lists are often misleading. Acoustic models need to be matched with the audio environment of the end user application. Contact us with specific requirements.
Yes. VRX can be used in a cloud environment. If you need help in developing a cloud deployment, we can offer services in this area.
Providing a demonstration system is a possibility but only under agreed conditions. We generally do not provide test and demonstration systems for free play. If you have competence in developing language models and you can outline how you plan to assess performance of VRX then we would be happy to discuss availability of demonstration software.
VRX currently supports 3 modes of operation, Transcription (statistical language modeling), Command and Control (context free grammar) and key phrase detection. With these modes, most application types can be addressed, i.e., transcription, command and control, language assesment, voice analytics and many more.