Dubber (ASX:DUB) managing director Steve McGovern said that within one week of access to the Dubber Lab, BluIP has used the power of the Dubber API by fully integrating their ‘redial.io’ application, “including completion of testing and productisation, whereby recording is now available for release to end users”.
The deal with BluIP involves the provision of call recording to the company’s 2,000 current recording subscribers as well as offering recording as an option for another 30,000 users ‘on-demand’.
According to McGovern, the launch into the US market is part of the company’s aim to become the “global back-bone of communication recording for all telcos globally”.
“In addition, the Platform can power value added service providers and competitors, who can look to replace their existing legacy solution with Dubber as the core recording platform on which to overlay their proprietary functionality.
“Whilst the monthly unlimited ‘Business’ subscription remains the template for standard recording users, we can also tailor our pricing to specific end user requirements, ensuring that we fast track acquisition rates of new customers whilst maximising our own margins.”
On the deal with Dubber, BluIP Chief Executive Officer, Armen Martirosyan said the company had teamed up with Dubber “to provide every user the ability to record a call. Dubber enables us to provide seamless and a very unique user experience for all our end users, an option that we did not have before”.
“By integrating Dubber with redial.io, an application platform built for any BroadSoft service provider, we make it easy for any end user to access and control how they use call recording.”