The phone-based audio archiving software provider has been acquired for an undisclosed amount, allowing Swisscom Ventures and Vodafone Ventures to exit.
Telecommunications companies Swisscom and Vodafone have exited UK-based communications intelligence technology producer Cognia through an acquisition of undisclosed size by data archiving software provider Smarsh. Founded in 2007, Cognia had built a cloud platform that combined voice archiving with audio search and analytics tools, allowing businesses in industries such as retail, finance, healthcare and energy…
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