Australian listed call recording service vendor Dubber has raised $5.7 million in capital which it will use for global expansion, particularly in the US and European markets.
Australian-based call recording service Dubber has launched in the North American market on the back of winning its first US client with the signing of Broadsoft service provider Blulp to an initial 12-month contract.
Australian-listed call recording service Dubber (ASX:DUB) has signed an agreement to provide call recording and associated value-added services to UK hosted voice telco, The Voice Factory’s business users via the Broadsoft platform.
Listed Australian communications solutions provider, Dubber, has released its native cloud call recording platform in the UK and European markets, claiming it opens up a “revolutionary way” for telecommunications carriers to supply call recording and associated technologies to their customer base.
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