Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
The Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA), the only industry peer association specifically dedicated to the advancement of cloud communications technologies, announced that OrecX has become the organization’s latest member. OrecX offers the world’s most cost effective, 30-minute installation call recording software to business VoIP providers to help them expand their solutions portfolio, reach new customers and increase average revenue per user (ARPU).
As part of the CCA, OrecX will enjoy direct communication with industry leaders whose primary goal is to help customers efficiently and cost-effectively store, access and share information via cloud communications solutions. OrecX executives will also have access to networking, educational and corporate resources to help them support, promote and grow their business.
“Cloud communications is the wave of the future, and it is how businesses and individuals will communicate and access all of their important applications and information moving forward,” said Steve Kaiser, CEO of OrecX. “We are looking forward to working hand in hand with the CCA and its members to help shape this new communications landscape by bringing to the fold the easiest to deploy and resell call recording software on the planet.”
Based in Chicago, Illinois, OrecX works with countless business VoIP providers across the globe to help them differentiate themselves from their competition by offering OrecX open-source based call recording software as a cloud service. Oreka TR, OrecX Total Recording product, supports Asterisk, BroadSoft, Metaswitch, FreeSWITCH, ACME, SONUS and others. With OrecX, business VoIP providers can have a customer up and running with call recording inside of an hour to help them improve service, mitigate risk and maintain compliance within their contact center or enterprise.
“We’re thrilled to have OrecX join our ever-growing roster of member companies, all of which have come together to advance adoption of cloud communications technologies,” said Joseph Marion, president, CCA. “We’re looking forward to officially welcoming OrecX at our upcoming CCA meeting in San Diego, where we will discuss various issues impacting our industry and new ways to move our industry forward.”
For more information about CCA, including how to become a member, please go to http://www.cloudcomunications.com or contact Joseph Marion at jmarion(at)cloudcommunications(dot)com or (888) 752-0442. For more information about the CCA’s upcoming meeting in San Diego, please visit http://www.cloudcommunications.com/cca-meetings/.
About the Cloud Communications Alliance
The Cloud Communications Alliance brings together leading cloud communications providers to promote development of the cloud communications category. Members include leading service providers, such as Alteva, BluIP, Inc., Broadcore, Callis Communications, DoubleHorn Communications, Globalinx, IPFone, PBX Central, RingCentral, SimpleSignal Inc., Stage 2 Networks, Telesphere, and Telovations. The CCA also includes several leading telecommunications vendors and experts, including Acme Packet, Broadsoft, Cooley, LLP, CTI Group, ECG, Edgewater Networks Inc., Embrase, Itopia, Inc., J-Curve Technologies, Polycom, and Yealink.
About OrecX LLC
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, OrecX provides open source VoIP recording, Mobile Recording, Screen Recording, Quality Monitoring and customized workforce optimization solutions at a fraction of the cost of proprietary recording applications. Ranked highest among call recording companies on the 2013 Inc. 5000 list, our customers include Business VoIP Providers, Call Centers, Government Agencies, Small Businesses, and clients that need easy to install, maintain, customizable solutions at a low cost of ownership. OrecX is the primary developer and sponsor of the Oreka open source call recording project hosted on http://oreka.sourceforge.net/download/. More than 114,000 users have downloaded the open source version of OrecX (across 170-plus countries), which has received accolades from Linux World, Unified Communications Magazine, and TMC Magazine. More information is available at http://www.orecx.com/.