Our September quarter was a period characterised by growth: with expansion across sales, and new roles filled in Australia, Europe and North America across marketing; development; compliance; and support. This enhancement of the team will be instrumental in meeting our current priorities: providing call recording and voice AI (artificial intelligence) services for the Cisco Webex Calling platform, driving growth of mobile call recording in Australia, furthering our USA expansion with tier one carriers, rolling out a global artificial intelligence initiative, and continuing to develop our global distribution and reseller network.
Our key highlights for the period:
We are strongly positioned to expand on our leadership in cloud call recording and data capture in traditional unified communication networks, fixed-mobile converged networks, and UCaaS networks.
Cisco Webex Calling is a multi-tenant, cloud-based alternative to an on-premise PBX, and is available as a subscription service. In preparation, we achieved ISO 27001 compliance: a globally recognised standard for information security management systems. The service is now live and will be available via the Cisco order entry system.
Businesses are now looking beyond call recording for compliance, and seeking mobile recording services and insights on customer interactions across the whole business. We are working towards a service that will provide widespread availability across Australia. During this preparation we have completed an agreement with Schepisi Communications and have been awarded the Telstra Enterprise Mobility Carriage Partner of the Year for 2019.
Dubber co-founder and CEO Steve McGovern commented on the September quarter results:
“Fundamentally, we have scaled our operations from a ‘Founder led’ company to one which is able to execute on the opportunities which are in multiple jurisdictions.
We are pleased with our momentum towards facilitating widespread uptake of the Dubber platform as a mobile or fixed mobile converged offering. The Company believes that there is significant immediate demand for these services and activation of the initiatives should see user uptake and revenues grow strongly.
Our AI programs are continuing to gain momentum with our large partners like IBM. We are seeing strong increases in the number of enterprise customers, particularly in North America, that are interested in garnering business insights. We believe that gaining access to real-time voice calls on an enterprise-wide basis will be a strong business driver for us in 2020.
Throughout the remainder of FY20 we will continue to procure additional key carrier agreements, accelerate their time to billing and add new channel and systems integrator agreements to build out the global backbone of call recording. These are the foundations of growth for the next term and we are now ready to execute on these with the team we have in place.”
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