The agreement will see Dubber’s full range of call recording, data capture and speech analytics services made available to AT&T Collaborate customers.
Dubber (ASX:DUB) says AT&T is the first telecommunications company delivering call recording via its the Connect solution.
Under the deal, the service is scheduled to go live within the current quarter.
Dubber chief executive Steve McGovern said: “We are very proud to be working with AT&T to provide the cloud call recording solution for their Collaborate Unified Communication service. As one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, we believe this agreement signals a very significant milestone for Dubber and our cloud-based call recording platform.”
According to McGovern, Dubber’s “unique Platform-as-a-Service” has been subject to extensive performance testing demonstrating its ability to scale and that it can “support AT&T’s exacting call recording requirements well into the future”.
He said the agreement furthers Dubber’s ambition to provide a global backbone for recording.
“The company believes the AT&T agreement has the potential to bring a much broader base of customers on to the company’s platform. Prior to the service going live, Dubber is unable to provide any indication of the likely take-up.”