VoiceVibes' speech coaching platform is now available on Zoom's app marketplace - Technical.ly Baltimore

Business

Aug. 21, 2019 5:58 pm

VoiceVibes’ speech coaching platform is now available on Zoom’s app marketplace

VoiceVibes' platform, which provides feedback on how communication is perceived, can help train sales reps.
Debra Bond Cancro is the CEO of VoiceVibes.

Debra Bond Cancro is the CEO of VoiceVibes.

(Courtesy photo)

VoiceVibes has a new partnership with a familiar name in meeting technology.

The Baltimore-based company said it is teaming up with Zoom, which makes audio and video conferencing tech. Through this partnership, VoiceVibes’ speech coaching platform on Zoom’s app marketplace, which provides apps to use with the software.

VoiceVibes’ platform is designed to give feedback on how communication is perceived. As founder Debra Cancro told us earlier this year, the AI-based system measures 20 areas that affect this.

“Studies do show that when you’re making an impression,” she said then, “the vibe that people get from you is more important than the actual words.”

In businesses, this can be applied to give sales representatives a chance to practice presenting. Managers may already be working with employees on this, but the platform can help zero in on particular areas of focus, and provide a time to practice outside of person-to-person coaching sessions.

“We are pleased that Zoom users now have a convenient and objective way to receive speech coaching by leveraging AI. The VoiceVibes coaching platform is a great way for users to practice, empowering them to host webinars and meetings that are as polished-sounding as possible,” said Thiya Ramalingam, head of Platforms for Zoom, in a statement.

-30-
CONTRIBUTE TO THE
JOURNALISM FUND

Already a contributor? Sign in here
Connect with companies from the Technical.ly community
New call-to-action

Advertisement

Between Two Founders: Renalert talks scale after Beta City win

Galen Robotics investment shows how the Opportunity Zone program can fund startups

These UMBC students started a software company to combat online harassment

SPONSORED

Baltimore

How this lawyer is helping entrepreneurs bark up the right tree

Baltimore, MD

14 West

Qlik Developer

Apply Now

Baltimore, MD

14 West

Senior Qlik Developer

Apply Now

Baltimore, MD

14 West

Lead Qlik Developer

Apply Now

A former Baltimore Raven’s startup won funding at Annapolis’ FounderTrac

Sonavi Labs raised a $1M seed round. It’s a big milestone for a diverse team

After winning DataTribe Challenge, Prevailion grows in Maryland

SPONSORED

Baltimore

Get to know SmartLogic’s culture of plants, podcasts and productive client relationships

Baltimore

14 West

Senior Business Analyst

Apply Now

Baltimore

SmartLogic

Operations Manager

Apply Now

Philadelphia, PA

Vistar Media

Software Engineer

Apply Now

Sign-up for daily news updates from Technical.ly Baltimore

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!