Weston Digital Technologies, announced the launch of its flagship product, Symphony 7 – a leading communications recording and analytics solution to the channel.
Mike Partridge, Commercial Director, Weston Digital Technologies comments, “We are very excited to launch our portfolio into the channel and wanted to maximise the opportunity for call recording that we are currently seeing in the SME sector. SME businesses are getting switched on to the benefits that call recording can bring, such as increased productivity and improved customer service.
Cost has always been a barrier to entry for end users in the SME space for call recording, and Symphony 7 eliminates this by combining a complete, cost effective recording and analysis solution with a simultaneous user licensing model. SMEs historically faced cumbersome and complex recording solutions that were inflexible and wouldn’t integrate with existing technology. Symphony addresses these challenges; it is a scalable solution that is vendor agnostic and an easy to use to meet customers recording needs and grow with their business. We look forward to working with resellers and driving opportunity and growth in this space.”
Unified call recording for TDM, IP, mobile telephony, screen activity, CCTV and radio was previously only affordable for larger organisations but with Symphony 7, SMEs can now benefit from the same advanced technology.
Symphony 7 has recently achieved Mitel Compatible Certification and has officially been validated for use with Mitel’s MiVoice Business (Rel 7.0) and MiVoice Border Gateway (Rel 188.8.131.52) products. Certifications with other major vendors will soon be available.
“Building and maintaining the right technology relationships to deliver customers high-value integrated solutions is a critical component for success in the business communications marketplace,” said David Lowenstein, Director of Business Development for Mitel Solutions Alliance,Mitel. “Mitel continues to work with best-of-breed companies like Weston Digital Technologies to deliver complete solutions that address the business challenges of our customers.”
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