All That Your Organization Needs for Call Recording

AIS Call-Rec

AIS Call-Rec is a cost effective call recording solution for any size organisations. It matches with all other call recording systems in, both, reliability and functionality.

AIS Call-Rec can be integrated to all communication systems.

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AIS-Cloud is an easy-to-use and effective call recording solution for Android devices. It is operator-independent and it includes versatile features for call recording, as well as, for data storage and handling.

All recorded call data is stored in our highly secured Finnish cloud service.

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AIS 4-Office

AIS 4-Office is a versatile call recording solution for Microsoft Office 365 desktops.

With AIS 4-Office recording Skype calls, as well as, data storage and handling is easy, secure and efficient.

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AISCloud – The new, mobile network operator-independent, mobile recoding solution

AISCloud is a mobile network operator-independent mobile recording solution for Android devices, developed by AIS Finland and Consolida Ltd. Call recording with AISCloud is fully automatic or activated as record on demand, depending on organisation’s call recording policy. Using AISCloud, listening recordings and configuring user-specific settings, is effortless with the AISCloud app. Recordings are automatically …

AIS Finland Ltd celebrates its 20 years in business and still going strong

The world around us as changed enormously during the past 20 years – and so have we. We began our journey as a producer of data security expertise services that, at the time, was a whole new sector that was just emerging. Today, data security a vital component of most business infrastructures. For us, it’s …

New in AIS Call-Rec: CSTA Connections for Unify Openscape Business, Openscape 4000 and the Avaya platform

Many of our partners have been asking for CSTA connectivity in the past. We are happy to announce that work is progressing and we can now offer CSTA connection to the main Unify platforms and the Avaya platform. So what does that mean: Usually recording is done by means of port-mirroring the data to AIS …