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Eventide Steps into Call Centers with NexLog DX-Series Recorders

By Greg Tavarez April 17, 2024

We are aware that the way we communicate is constantly evolving. From the rise of cloud-based platforms to the integration of video conferencing, businesses adopt new technologies at an ever-increasing pace. This shift has a significant impact on how organizations capture and manage their interactions, particularly in the fast-paced world of call centers.

For decades, call centers have relied on traditional recording solutions for telephony interactions. With that said, these systems often lack the flexibility and functionality needed to keep pace with modern communication methods. Today, call centers handle interactions through diverse channels, including video calls, screen sharing and instant messaging.

Furthermore, the role of call centers expanded beyond basic customer service. They now play a crucial role in sales, support and even security operations. This necessitates a recording solution that caters not only to phone calls but also to the broader communication ecosystem within a call center.

Enter Eventide Communications, a company with a strong reputation in a different communication recording domain – public safety. Public safety environments demand the utmost reliability and security when capturing critical interactions. Eventide has built its name on providing solutions that meet these rigorous standards.

Recently, the provider of public safety recording solutions extended its reach with the NexLog DX-Series recorders for the small- to medium-sized call center market.

Previously focused on mission-critical environments, Eventide is leveraging its expertise to deliver robust recording capabilities tailored to the needs of modern call centers.

The NexLog DX-Series boasts a powerful reporting engine, quality assurance tools and AI integrations. This will help call centers streamline research, replay and export of recordings. This translates to improved efficiency and effectiveness in daily operations.

The NexLog DX-Series can also record radio communications from major manufacturers like Motorola, Tait and Kenwood. This versatility caters to call centers with security departments or those requiring a broader communication recording solution.

"The series stands out for its comprehensive integration capabilities, allowing call centers to merge telephony communications with operations or security centers that may utilize radio or other communication systems, ensuring a unified recording solution across platforms," said Brad Basile, chief operating officer of Eventide Communications.

As Basile said, Eventide’s dedication to innovative and reliable technology positions the NexLog DX-Series as a strong choice for call centers seeking a comprehensive recording solution. This expansion into the call center market underscores Eventide’s ongoing commitment to providing better communication recording solutions across various industries.


Edited by Greg Tavarez
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