Call recording specialist, Liquid Voice, was pleased to present its first cheque for £500 to its reseller partner GB Telecom (Scotland) Ltd. at the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations’ exhibition.
Liquid Voice’s contribution was made to the Borders Change Foundation, a charitable trust created by GB Telecom (Scotland) to give back to the community through long-term contributions to the Arts, Culture, Health & Wellbeing, Music and Sport.
Gordon Brown, MD of GB Telecom (Scotland), commented: “We appreciate this donation from Liquid Voice which will help our work in the Borders community.
“The Housing Association sector is one of our key markets and Liquid Voice’s product and technical support on the stand at the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations was a reflection of the support that they give to us as a reseller.”
GB Telecom (Scotland) is Liquid Voice’s first reseller appointment in Scotland.
“GB Telecom’s knowledge of the Scottish public sector complements Liquid Voice’s product and service experience in this market,” said Chris Illingworth, Channel Director of Liquid Voice.
“Our partnership has already resulted in call recording installations at Waverley Homes, Spark Energy and the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman and we look forward to developing this successful relationship.”