The Calenzen engine is a sophisticated piece of software that targets the text content within your meetings and correctly identifies more than 92% (and rising!) of all conference provider dial-in numbers. This incredible feat is accomplished with dozens of tokenizers that efficiently process your incoming appointments.
Our tokenizers are divided into several categories based on how they approach the problem. As a general rule, the lower numbered tokenizers deliver more accurate results. Every rule has a priority associated with it. Once a tokenizer makes a successful match then processing on that appointment will stop.
These are the most accurate rules, but they are also the most fragile. When invitations have enough data points to guarantee all the data is accurate this classifies as Level 1.
In general these rules are looking for the copy/paste boilerplate directly from a conference provider.
(Reserved for feature currently in testing)
These rules contain a specific conference provider brand match, often found by a screen-sharing URL. Most of the conference providers Calenzen partners with are able to validate other information in the invitation such as dial-in numbers or meeting codes.
Select Level 3 partners include the ability to do more than parse information provided, but can even perform validations such as modifying the telephone number if it is incorrect.
A typical Level 3 example meeting might contain any of the following text within the subject, location, or body of the appointment:
This final category contains a number of more generic rules that are commonly seen across invitations but that aren’t aligned to a known or specific vendor.
A typical Level 4 example meeting might contain any of the following text within the subject, location, or body of the appointment: