THe move is part of Dubber’s cunning plan of putting AI on every phone, transforming voice data into a source of value for Enterprises and Governments globally.
Speik was formed in 2019 through a merger of Aeriandi and Voxygen. Voxygen had been supplying a hardware-based recording platform to Telefonica and Aeriandi had been providing PCI compliance solutions in conjunction with leading UK service providers including Vodafone and Gamma. Speik is headquartered in Oxford and has 38 employees in the UK and Europe.
Speik will continue to operate as an independent division within the Dubber group, serving existing and future customers with its current product portfolio as supplemented by Dubber solutions.
Steve McGovern, CEO, Dubber said: “Dubber’s acquisition of Speik is fundamentally accretive on all levels. Speik brings to Dubber a strong footprint in the leading UK-based mobile network provider, world-class technology resources, and a growing base of subscribers.
“The team at Speik has been a pioneer in terms of network-based mobile recording together with O2. Their success with one recording partner over seven years provides an insight into Dubber’s ambitions for its own 130-plus service provider partners, globally.
“The Dubber product suite has a capability to expand Speik’s revenue opportunities with O2 – and other service providers – from its current enterprise focus into the larger addressable markets of mobile SME and across unified communications (UC) and Microsoft Teams services with Unified Call Recording.