Call recording provides not just a means to meet legal and compliance obligations, when used to its full potential it can help organisations to meet their own SLAs and service performance requirements and, ultimately, help to optimise daily operations.
Touch Call Recording not only ensures local, national and industry compliance, it’s an end-to-end managed call recording service that covers the entire lifecycle of multi-channel voice and digital communications.
Enterprises are increasingly migrating from on-premise enterprise applications to cloud-based options to secure a range of capabilities, from storage to collaboration to call recording. Here, Touch creates its own version of the famous Gartner magic quadrant for call recording.
More stringent compliance obligations, the need to meet strict SLA requirements, and rapidly evolving trends in work patterns and digital media platforms mean that organisations need a multi-channel, single platform approach to voice and data recording services. Fortunately, Touch has the answer.
Datatilsynet in Denmark (The Danish Data Protection Agency) has an inspirational focus on educating stakeholders with guidance and advice, as well as supervising compliance with rules on protection of personal data. The Danish Data Protection Agency is going much further than just acting as an enforcement body. Instead, it is helping organisations to meet GDPR and other complex obligations.
Call Recording needs to cover a broad range of on-premise, cloud and hybrid deployment options. Touch Call Recording Service includes a range of proven PBX integrations and PBX recorders, including Mitel MX-ONE, and Cisco Call Manager, as well as others from Avaya, Alcatel Lucent, Unify and more, ensuring compatibility with any enterprise voice system.
Norwegian-based Touch has acquired 100 % of the Danish company Recordit.nu Aps. The companies will immediately merge, a move that strengthens Touch’s position as the market leader for call recording services in the Nordic region.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act 2010 was one of the widest-reaching overhauls of the US financial industry, requiring the recording and storage of a wide-range of financial communications.
The Nordic region has led the way in digital transformation, resulting in the mass adoption of digital technologies by commercial and public sector organisations, as well as the civil population. This digital approach is central to development in the region – backed by the goal to deliver services and operations, efficiently.
Touch Call Recording as a Service now supports Microsoft Teams, ensuring compliance and extending your assurance programmes. We’ll get you started quickly, and users can be added and changed easily, giving you the flexibility to manage a new channel and to control your communications.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), also known as Cisco Unified CallManager (CUCM) and Cisco CallManager (CCM), is a software-based IP call agent platform from Cisco Systems.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) is popular among enterprises and organisations of all sizes, many of which also have a need to record conversations with their customers. If you need a seamless solution that’s fully integrated with Cisco solutions, Touch has a complete service for you.
The Republic of Finland has strong rules on both personal and business context voice recording—rules that in many ways go beyond what is already in MiFID II – key article of legislation that governs practices in the financial services industry in the EU region.
At just over €53,000, the Kingdom of Denmark’s 5.8 million citizens enjoy the tenth-highest per capita income in the world. As such, it’s no surprise that there’s both a market for sophisticated digital financial services and a strong regulatory environment to protect users of these services.
While COVID has absolutely had an impact, with Danish GDP projected to contract by 6.5% in 2020 compared to pre-COVID-19 growth estimate of 1.9% (IMF projections), the country is also reckoned to have handled the Pandemic much better than many other economies.
Enterprise use of mobile phones and apps has increased over the last decade. Sometimes businesses equip their teams with mobiles, while often individual users’ provider their own device and simply install a mobile SIM provided by their employer.
As a result, neither of the two main operating systems dominates the market. According to StatCounter, the split (2019) was 51%:49% between iOS and Android, while in Sweden Android has more than 52% of the market and iOS 47.55%.
So, if businesses use mobile phones for professional calls, and if they need to record conversations for compliance or quality training purposes, then ensuring that Android devices can be covered is essential. How can you record calls made from Android devices?
What does the call recording landscape look like from the perspective of Sweden? Well, local regulator the Finansinspektionen has oversight – which means you must follow their regulations while complying with MiFID and other relevant legislation.
How does the Norwegian regulator implement regulation to govern call recording? Find out how to meet your Finanstilsynet call recording obligations with help from Touch.