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|Headquarters||Charlotte, North Carolina, United States|
|Founder(s)||Igor R. Jablokov, Victor R. Jablokov|
|Chairman||Timothy G. Biltz|
|CEO||Igor R. Jablokov|
|Total equity||US$12 million|
Yap Speech Cloud was a multimodal speech recognition system developed by American technology company Yap Inc. It offered a fully cloud-based speech-to-text transcription platform that was used by customers such as Microsoft.
The Company was a contestant at the inaugural TechCrunch conference and was subsequently acquired by Amazon in September 2011 to help develop products such as Alexa Voice Service, Echo, and Fire TV.