November 16, 2017
We’re really pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with Dubber to give all our partners the opportunity to add Dubber call recording to our mobile and hosted PBX services, including Mobile-X, ahead of the of MiFID II deployment in January 2018.
This new service offers
- Unlimited storage cuts the cost of following MiFID II’s 5 year storage requirement
- Smart search features efficiently browse and filter 5 years of data
- Ability to save only necessary calls and to protect client confidentiality
- Mobile and/or Fixed Recording
- Provisioned On-network
- Rapid Deployment
- Always On
- Voice Analytics and intelligence
Integrating Dubber call recording into Mobile-X and our other unified telecoms services offers a way for users to remain compliant across devices. With the deadline for compliance with MiFID II only a few weeks away, our call recording solution can be rapidly deployed to ensure any end users providing financial advice can meet the regulatory requirements.
Just in time for the MiFID II roll out
MiFID II regulations relate to individuals and organisations who provide financial advice. The regulations require that all telephone calls in which financial advice was provided, which could lead to a trade, must be recorded. These regulations extend to independent financial advisers and wealth managers. Of course, many of these conversations will take place on mobile phones: creating the need for a solution that will ensure compliance across devices.
Delivered through the network on Mobile-X™ SIM cards, this new service will allow users to have single number reach and common PBX features across their mobile and fixed line platforms, with Dubber communication capture available on all of their devices. This fully unified Mobile-X® service is available to partners as well as wholesale.
Adding call recording is simple
We can add call recording to your package very easily, there’s nothing for you to do, we can provision it from our end and supply you with training and materials to show how it works in practice.