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Evolve IP acquires natural language processing and analytics company

Evolve IP acquires natural language processing and analytics company

Cloud strategy company Evolve IP has announced to acquire Jog.AI. Jog.AI works on natural language processing (NLP) technology and speech analytics. Evolve IP has over 420,000 users worldwide and offers them unified communications systems and disastery recovery.

Founded in 2016, Jog.AI provides a visual environment that links phone calls and textual transcriptions. The text can be copied and clicked on. This allows users to mark important moments so that they can find them more easily. Both the text and the audio can also be shared and searched.

The platform can further synchronize with Hubspot and other CRM systems. In addition, there is support for multiple natural languages, speech recognition, machine learning and voice analysis technologies.


The purchase should open up new markets for Evolve IP, according to the company. It should also become easier for the organisation to bring “exceptional solutions” to sectors such as finance, health and law, writes UC Today.

According to Evolve IP, the Jog.AI technology is very user-friendly and attractive. The company therefore believes that the technology will be adopted quickly after it has been added to Evolve IP’s portfolio. The services of Jog.AI are intended to make daily work easier and give employees more security when dealing with documentation.

Ed Ireson, co-founder and CTO of Jog.AI, says the company is pleased to join Evolve IP and support the range of solutions it offers. Evolve IP has a larger number of users and a strong partner community and market strategy to help Jog.AI obtain the “recognition and growth” that the company was trying to get. Jog.AI also thinks that with the extra opportunities for software development it is able to further develop its technologies.

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