- Call recording software company Dubber has announced that its call recording software is now available for Cisco Webex Calling customers
- The software gives customers the ability to record all calls placed and received
- Dubber’s call recording platform is currently available in all markets except Japan
- The company’s share price is up 3.73 per cent with shares trading for $1.25 each
Call recording software company Dubber has announced that its call recording software is now available for Cisco Webex Calling customers.
The call recording software is provided by Dubber as an embedded solution and is available for ordering by Cisco’s global Value Added Resellers (VARs).
Dubber estimates, in the near future, the services will also be published on the Cisco price list and available via the Cisco order entry system.
Once completed, Dubber will provide further details to the market.
Dubber is the world’s most scalable call recoding services and has been adopted as core network infrastructure by multiple telecommunications carries in Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific.
Its software provides the opportunity for the capture of voice data across multiple networks in the areas of analytics, artificial intelligence and ‘Big Data’ – thus expanding the potential market for call recording to every phone.
Call recording on Webex Calling is a secure, scalable and flexible cloud-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) solution designed to meet the needs of any size business.
Around the world more and more markets are requiring a call recoding solution, whether this be for internal business process, industry standards, regulatory requirements or other needs, call recording is becoming a critical need for many companies.
The Dubber solution gives Webex Calling customers the ability to record all calls placed and received on the Webex platform.
Recordings are easily accessible and will always be available for replay.
The software also enables mobile applications for access to calls anywhere, as well as powerful open APIs (application programming interfaces) to allow and drive deep business insights.
Dubber’s call recording is currently available in all markets, except Japan.
Revenue from the Cisco Webex Calling services will be dependent on the take-up of the Dubber service on the platform.
Dubber’s share price is up a slight 3.73 per cent today, with shares trading for $1.25 apiece at 12:46 pm AEDT.