Offering provides advanced compliance recording solutions to mitigate risk and improve competitive edge
IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for the financial markets community, today announced an agreement with Verba, a leader in call recording and quality management solutions for unified communications that support instant messaging, voice, and video devices, to provide compliance solutions for IPC customers who use Skype for Business™.
In this effort, IPC will provide customers with the ability to record, index and archive all Skype for Business™ communications – instant messaging, voice, video, application / screen sharing, file transfer and content sharing recording – in a single unified system that is easy-to-use, quick to search and accessible anywhere at any time. The solution can be deployed either on premise, or in the cloud. The partnership is part of a broader strategic plan from IPC to offer an innovative and comprehensive suite of products and services related to compliant communications.
“The ability to capture, archive and analyse various types of communications media via a truly integrated information governance solution, provided by IPC, will be a competitive advantage for financial service firms seeking to deal with regulatory requirements efficiently,” said Lionel Grosclaude, IPC’s Senior Vice President of Risk and Compliance. “This move shows the pace with which we are further broadening our compliance leadership position as customers turn to us to help them manage regulatory developments.”
“Our partnership with IPC is a great step forward for both our firm and our customers alike. IPC is a clear leader in Financial Markets technologies, their products are used at most of the world’s leading financial institutions. Combining IPC’s technology and market leadership with Verba’s capture experience in compliance solutions for Skype for Business™ will help accelerate adoption of the latest collaboration techniques in all regulated industries,” said Sam Daroczy, CEO of Verba.