Revcord continues its dedication to simplification and listening to its customers. As such Revcord will provide legacy functionality of an instant recall with an easy to use simple solution for today’s technology. Revcord provides two view modes. A simple small screen of the most recent recorded calls with a player and one that shows active calls as well. The dual screen provides an excellent view of transitioning calls from active to recorded.
Revcord includes a complete Reports and Statistics package. It is made up of four parts: Advanced Reports, QA Reports, Mapping Reports, and Web UI Logging Reports.
With QA and Advanced Reports, you may search and select the calls of interest. Criteria and sort mechanisms can be chosen from simple drop down lists and with a click a familiar Excel spreadsheet is displayed with the details chosen, such as, number of, per call taker, per call duration and average duration and so forth. With another click, the detailed Excel spreadsheet can be exported, and/or the spreadsheet data can be displayed as a bar chart or pie chart that is especially useful for presentations to management.
Reports can be essential for analysis of call patterns, workforce scheduling and research. Revcord can save you time and work by producing professional and engaging reports as Excel spreadsheets, bar charts or pie charts which can be exported in multiple formats.
Those systems with ANI ALI data can now use the Revcord Mapping function. Revcord using the Google Maps API can provide a scenario recreation of how the radio and call traffic happened real time. This can be used to see patterns and specific locations of calls.
Revcord has the ability to connect anywhere from 2 to 100’s of recorders so that there is a single virtual view from one IP address. In addition, each recorder can have an instance of the Revcord Backup Manager and the Revcord Remote Monitoring system running in the background as a service reporting back to a centralized client/server. Below is an example of nine recorders tied together.
The nine-recorder hardware platform voice recorder system is shown as a single virtual recorder.
By connecting the nine servers together via a LAN we are able to offer a single monitor view of all channels as shown below. Using the same technology a single Revcord recorder GUI can give the user control of thousands of channels without additional cost.