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1. noun Speech that is fervent, persuasive, glib, and (usually) manipulative or deceptive in intention. These door-to-door salesmen are adept at fast talk, trying to convince you to buy something before you can consider the purchase properly. The CEO always had a lot of fast talk lined up if anyone challenged the ethics of the company's business transactions.
2. verb (usually hyphenated) To speak in a fervent, facile, and (usually) manipulatively or deceptively persuasive manner. Be careful when you speak to the police—their detectives could fast-talk you into believing you'd killed your own mother.
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Ezrine joins Fast-Talk from Witness Systems, an enterprise software company focused on workforce optimization and customer intelligence applications for call centers, where as CFO, he oversaw the company's financial operations from early stage development through its IPO and emergence as a publicly traded company.
In little more than two years, Fast-Talk Communications has leapfrogged the competition to emerge as the industry leader in audio searching and processing," said Ezrine.
Fast-Talk Communications, based in Atlanta, Georgia, has created the world's only audio searching technology that enables extremely accurate, high- speed searching of audio and video content.
It's an honor to be recognized by an audience of visionaries for the quality of our audio search products," said Armistead Whitney, president and CEO of Fast-Talk.
In a call center environment the dialogue between customer and agent contains a wealth of information that until now could only be accessed through time consuming and laborious processes requiring a manual review of each conversation," said Armistead Whitney, Fast-Talk president and CEO.
integrating the Fast-Talk search engine, to call centers.
Dictaphone Corporation announced today that its Communications Recording Systems (CRS) group has signed an agreement with Fast-Talk, creator of the world's only high-speed audio searching technology.
Through the alliance with Fast-Talk, Dictaphone Corporation has developed Freedom Navigator(TM), an application that can be layered on its award-winning Freedom(R) recording platform.
Aspen will leverage Fast-Talk solutions for audio mining applications.
FERC is responsible for regulating the transmission, and sale or resale of a variety of energy resources such as natural gas, oil, electricity and hydroelectric power in interstate commerce, and is using Fast-Talk technology to search audio content in ongoing investigations related to these markets.
Under the agreement, Esquire will offer versions of Fast-Talk technology to the legal market as Esquire-branded Voicenetics beginning August 12, 2002.
Voicenetics is powered by Fast-Talk, a software which searches audio based on phonetic sequencing, rather than converting speech to text.
Fast-Talk, creator of the world's only high-speed audio searching technology, Tuesday announced it has opened a sales office in the nation's capital and hired Richard A.
Whitney, president and chief executive officer of Fast-Talk.
Fast-Talk, creator of the world's only high-speed searching technology for audio, received national coverage for their surveillance software for counter-terrorism activities.