Voicea’s EVA Now Available on Microsoft AppSource
Voicea announced the availability of EVA on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace providing tailored line-of-business solutions. Voicea created EVA, an enterprise voice assistant that helps customers capture what’s important and connect those actions to the rest of the tools they work in. EVA joins meetings, takes notes, and identifies important moments and action items from meetings. EVA integrates with Microsoft Outlook and Skype for Business to create more action-oriented meeting experiences.
“It’s simple: Our goal is to turn conversations into action, no matter where they take place. More and more we are seeing these take place in and around Microsoft platforms, which we have integrated with at every level (from account creation to scheduling and conferencing) to make the end-user experience seamless,” explains Voicea CEO Omar Tawakol. “Our users leverage Voicea as their holistic platform for making workplace conversations and meetings integrate into their workflow, substantially decreasing the time for follow-up. This has a measurable impact on productivity and, in turn, revenue.”
Kirsten Edmondson Wolfe, Senior Director, AppSource Product Marketing, Microsoft Corp. said, “Through Microsoft AppSource, customers around the world can easily find tailored line-of-business partner solutions that work with the products they already use. We’re pleased to welcome Voicea to the growing AppSource ecosystem.”
Voicea is an artificial intelligence technology company based in Menlo Park, CA. Voicea focuses on the utilization of AI technology to harness voice in the workplace, connecting meetings to the rest of your collaboration systems. This is done by offering EVA, the enterprise voice assistant, to both individuals and the enterprise. EVA listens and takes notes, and automatically provides those notes so your meetings can be activated. With Voicea, you can turn talk into action anywhere. You can find out more about Voicea and EVA by visiting or Voicea’s page on AppSource and signing up for a free trial.