Red Box Recorders has announced the release of Assure: Daily System Check, a software tool for fully automated verification of audio recording, which delivers compliance-assurance for recorded communication systems.
Assure: Daily System Check has been designed to ensure an organisation is fully compliant with call recording regulations, enabling the verification of its communication infrastructure to ensure it is functioning correctly and recording critical communications.
Assure: Daily System Check reliably conducts scheduled checks on 100% of an organisation’s communications devices including trader turrets, soft turrets, Unified Communications and traditional telephony, with in-depth reporting for compliance verification.
Assure: Daily System Check provides total flexibility allowing system checks to be scheduled outside of trading hours to minimise business disruption and users can also choose the target devices as well as the frequency and duration of these checks. It can save labour costs by up to 60% replacing the task of manually testing recorded devices every day, plus time is saved as IT teams are able to instantly identify, locate and resolve problems such as failed recordings and device connection failures.
John Cunningham, CTO at Red Box Recorders said, “Assure: Daily System Check is a game-changer for call-recording compliance. For the first time trading floors will be assured of 100% verification of their communications systems; no one else offers this automated solution to verify recording. When you also consider the cost-saving benefit it’s clear that any organisation with compliance requirements needs to have this technology.
Daily System Check is the first of the ‘Assure’ range of innovative products and services from Red Box, delivering the highest level of recording-compliance available today.“
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