Dubber has been selected by tier one regional telecommunications provider, CTBS – https://www.cbts.com – a wholly owned subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell, to provide cloud call recording for its CBTS product portfolio.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, the company is a tier one regional service provider that provides integrated communications solutions – including local and long-distance voice, data, high-speed Internet and video to residential and business customers in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton areas. Through wholly owned subsidiaries CBTS and OnX, the company also provides business communications and IT services to customers throughout the USA and Canada.
CBTS will integrate the Dubber platform to provide market-leading call capture and analytics into its CBTS product portfolio by the end of May 2018. In addition, the company is immediately transitioning 2,800 call recording users on legacy systems onto the Dubber platform. This transition will be completed by the end of CY Q2 2018.
Steve McGovern, CEO, Dubber:
“We are delighted to be working with CBTS to support them for their call recording requirements on the CBTS Business platform. As a significant regional service provider in the United States, they are viewed as a market leader and innovator in the markets they serve. By integrating the Dubber platform as a feature rich, value-added service for users, the company will be able to provide their business customers with the most scalable cloud call recording and analytics platform available. We are looking forward to working closely with the CBTS team as they deploy and roll out the Dubber platform to their customers and prospects.”
The CBTS agreement will advance Dubber’s strategy to accelerate active users and associated revenues while establishing global leadership in cloud call recording and voice data management.
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