- Dubber Corporation finalises partnership agreement with UK-based global communications services and solutions provider BT.
- Dubber will be embedded as the default recording & conversational intelligence solution in the BT Meetings series of managed services, traversing solutions based on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Cisco Webex.
Australia-based software firm which operates as SaaS and voice data offering services, Dubber Corporation Limited (ASX:DUB), on 2 December 2021, shared that it has finalised a partnership agreement with UK-based global communications services and solutions provider BT.
What lies under the partnership?
Under this partnership, Dubber will be rooted as the default recording and conversational intelligence solution in the BT Meetings series of managed services, navigating solutions based on tools like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Cisco Webex.
The multi-year agreement between the two companies will witness BT deliver unified call recording (UCR) to global firms. Also, BT has previously worked with Dubber to implement UCR services with leading financial institutions. This new agreement provides for an accretive revenue stream for Dubber with further revenues determined by uptake of the service by BT customers.
How the customer is going to be benefitted?
The alignment between Dubber and BT can be regarded as one of the most technologically sound collabs ever. This will assist people fulfill their duties for safe and secured recording and conversational intelligence. Also, the outcome could be measured and will be a scalable software as a service (SaaS). Above that, the UCR would help record and replay any conversation – be it voice, video, or text.
How will businesses be benefitted?
For businesses too, there can be a huge change. They can invent new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based insights that will improve knowledge related to compliance, people, revenue, and customers by uniting conversations from various sources. The sources include mobile, unified communications and even traditional telephones.
Meanwhile, the stock DUB closed today’s session at AU$3.300 per share, down 2.655% on ASX.
The partnership with BT marks an important milestone in Dubber's journey to Dub the world's leading networks, AI-enabling every endpoint and creating high-value technology and distribution partnerships based on the Company's Foundation model.