If you’re new to the Dubber website, you won’t realise we’ve completely rebuilt the site from the ground up. Our aim was to better cater to our growing business and enterprise audiences as well as to service providers. If this is your first time back in a while, we hope you’re enjoying the new content and look and feel.
We didn’t feel that the old site did a good enough job of providing audiences with the information they were looking for, and our aim for the new website was to have an engaging and informative user experience. With a clean new design, and intuitive and consistent site-wide navigation, the new website is fully responsive, making it easy to navigate.
We’ve introduced a range of new content to the website, including use cases that feature both industry uses but also role-specific applications of our products. In addition, our Knowledge Hub is host to a library of whitepapers, guides, and video content designed to help you make the right decisions about call recording and voice AI solutions for your business. Our blog has also received a much-needed facelift enabling you to access the articles that matter to you through category filters.
Going forward, we will continue to communicate regularly through our blogs and provide updates and our thoughts on trending topics, as well as more informative content to help our users make the most of our platform. We also plan to continue adding more video content and product information to provide you with all the information you need to learn more about our products and services.
We’re really proud of the new website and feel it will create the experience you’re looking for when you pay us a visit.
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