OrecX offers full-featured call recording (landline and mobile) and quality monitoring software to contact centers, communication service providers and financial services firms to meet quality and compliance standards. OrecX’s contact center software Oreka TR performs the monitoring and call recording function to deliver better service, minimize risk and increase compliance. In addition, a powerful recording engine of OrecX drives modular recording applications—total/on-demand recording; Quality management; screen recording; and mobile recording across the contact centers. “From day one, our approach was to build a powerful voice 'collection' engine that could adapt to the varying and evolving needs of our customers,” says Steve D. Kaiser, Co- Founder and CEO, OrecX.
OrecX serves an array of customers who have different needs. The open design, modular applications, and open API enable OrecX to meet a wide array of recording requirements. For instance, the SMB market’s needs are met by a simple and intuitive UI. Simultaneously, the enterprise players like the call centers require support for heterogeneous environments to function at ease. Since the requirement is diverse, while comparing to different customers, staying compliant and ensuring service quality is a huge challenge. These varied challenges are addressed by OrecX's powerful recording engine.
The company’s customer base covers all sizes of contact centers including some of the biggest brands in the world. For instance, a channel partner wanted to authenticate a new voice requirement in the contact center.
After the implementation, the channel partner was able to reduce the call length and fraud across their operations, thereby reducing costs, and minimizing liability.
Innovation is a key strategy of OrecX to match with the trends more aggressively. “Our developers and engineers are concerned with Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard s , maintaining modern and o p e n development libraries,” asserts Bruno Haas, OrecX CTO. Presently, the specific areas of focus are on building a representational state transfer (REST) API and supporting web-scale architecture. “We create value to our customers by offering a simple, powerful, and adaptive recording solution that meets their requirements at minimal cost of propriety models,” states Kaiser.
The open design, modular applications, and open API enable OrecX to meet a wide array of recording requirements
Moving forward, OrecX desires to deploy extensible platforms or solutions to be on the radar of many companies. “We will support their efforts with our REST API development efforts. We give preference to large enterprises and service providers that are building web-scale IT architecture, as they are high on the priority list,” states Kaiser. To expand their commercial business, OrecX will continue to seek partners across the globe to add expertise and value to the end-user community.