Our cloud call recording is now available for immediate signup for all customers on the Sprint® Smart UC service. With 53.9 million connections, that’s a huge number of users who can start to reap the benefits of recording their calls in the cloud.
The cloud-based unified communications (UC) service eliminates the need for traditional on-premise equipment and capital expenditure for business customers and so is a natural fit for our software as a service (SaaS) products. Their affordable unified communications as a service (UCaaS) solution allows users to combine their business phones and collaboration apps in one UC service. The solution helps to improve productivity by amalgamating carrier grade voice services with high definition video, desktop sharing, instant messaging and email.
Just as our cloud call recording is designed with small businesses in mind, Sprint® Smart also offers a service that is perfect for small and medium enterprises. As a cloud service, the need for upfront investment in on-premise hardware provides flexibility for businesses. Users can be added and removed on a monthly basis, through an easy-to-use online portal, and our call recording services can be added and adjusted in the same way.
With our cloud call recording available as a standard value-added business feature for all Smart UC customers, our CEO Steve McGovern commented: ‘We are very proud to be working with Sprint, a globally recognised leader in the telecommunications industry.” You can read more from Steve in the full ASX announcement here.
To find out how to add value to your business with call recording, speak to a member of our team today.
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