Melbourne, 12 June 2019, Dubber Corporation Limited (ASX: DUB), the world’s most scalable cloud call recording service, is today pleased to announce that it is providing the call recording and data capture service for Spark’s Cloud Phone, powered by the Cisco BroadCloud calling platform. The service is live and available immediately.
The Dubber call recording platform has been integrated into Spark’s Cloud Phone product offering which combines landline and mobile communications into one seamless user experience.
Spark is the latest telco to adopt Dubber’s call recording service, joining 103 other global telcos including global leaders such as AT&T, Cox and Optus.
With Dubber’s cloud call recording software, users can capture voice data anywhere, on any platform and on any device including UC, Mobile Call Recording and VoIP. Available as a truly native cloud product, the call recording offers security, unlimited scalability and rapid deployment with no capital expenditure required.
Peter Vincent, Home and Business Connectivity, Spark says that customers will be the primary beneficiary of the new partnership: “Spark’s Cloud Phone service is all about giving our customers a feature-rich calling solution that delivers great collaboration tools and services that give their businesses an edge. Integrating the Dubber call recording platform into the service has been an obvious decision for us, as we continue to add world leading value-added services to the platform.” Dubber CEO Steve McGovern says the announcement is a fantastic result for the Australian tech startup: “We are delighted to be working with the Spark team on their Cloud Phone service offering. Cloud Phone is a market leader and customers can now switch on call recording ‘as a service’ immediately without the requirement for deployment processes or capital expenditure.”
“This will add a valuable capability for all customers, whether as an immediate and affordable compliance tool or, for those customers who wish to take advantage of Artificial Intelligence opportunities for their business in the near term. The launch of the service is an additional landmark in Dubber’s global deployment as the recording service for the Cisco BroadCloud platform,” he said.
Dubber is the world’s most scalable call recording service which has been adopted as core network infrastructure by multiple global leading telecommunications carriers in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific. Dubber is a disruptive innovator in the multi- billion dollar call recording industry, its Software as a Service offering removes the need for hardware, productisation or capital expenditure.
As the telecommunications sector moves towards Cloud services, Dubber has also been chosen by BroadSoft, Inc., a Cisco Systems Company, for its global leading Cloud telecommunications platform, BroadCloud, as the recording and voice data capture service for its network of telecommunication Service Provider Customers.
Dubber provides the opportunity for the capture of voice data across these networks enabling further monetising opportunities, in addition to regulatory compliance, in the areas of analytics, artificial intelligence and ‘Big Data’ - expanding the potential market for call recording to every phone.
Spark’s purpose is to help all of New Zealand win big in the digital world. Spark is one of New Zealand’s largest telecommunications and IT services providers, offering a full suite of telecommunications services including broadband, mobile, and cloud services, and catering for consumers right through to large enterprises.
Spark is also building businesses in three emerging growth areas: Spark offers big data/analytics and data-powered marketing services through their Qrious brand; they’re rolling out nationwide Internet of Things networks, and have one of the biggest teams of cyber security professionals in New Zealand.
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