Calculating the Costs and Benefits of Speech Tuning

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 10:10

We've written a lot about speech tuning (for instance: Calculating Speech Recognition Accuracy, Collecting Data for Speech Tuning, Practical Tuning Strategies, and The Importance of Tuning) because it's such a vital part of building great speech applications.

But as much as we might like tuning because it makes applications better, there's also a real bottom-line value associated with it. In a new whitepaper on LumenVox.com we describe the ROI of Speech Tuning, showing how to calculate the return on investment (ROI) of speech tuning.

You can go read the full paper to understand how tuning can save you hundreds of thousands of dollars per year, but we've also put together this infographic to summarize the process:

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