Voxsmart Senior Appointment.

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Voxsmart, the technology supplier of mobile phone recording applications, has engaged the services of Paul Manyweathers to assist in the sales and development of its Global business. Paul will be directly engaging with new and existing Voxsmart customers to meet and exceed customer expectations, helping the company to focus on the development of mobile applications that increase security and ensure legal compliance and protection for all mobile users.

Focussing initially on the Financial Services sector, due to the recent changes in the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulations, that will from November 2011 require all trading made by mobiles to be recorded, Paul will be assisting Voxsmart to deliver the necessary compliant solutions in good time to meet the new rules. Moving onwards, Paul will be looking to build the applications use into a much wider arena both in the UK and abroad.

Paul Manyweathers has over 25 years’ experience in the communications recording marketplace. After starting with Dictaphone International, he was subsequently involved in introducing the ASC range of voice recorders to the UK market prior to setting up and running Activa Solutions which became the leading independent provider of voice recording solutions. Activa Solutions was acquired by CyberTech International, itself the subject of a recent acquisition by NICE Systems.

“The recent regulation changes are a catalyst for Voxsmart to expand its market leading solutions,” commented Paul Manyweathers. “This will enable the company to broaden mobile phone recording usage to every business user of mobiles in the future.”

John Enoch, founder and technology guru of Voxsmart added: “We are delighted that Paul has agreed to join Voxsmart. With a level of experience that is almost unique in the industry he has won deals with many of the world’s largest companies and understands what is required to ensure a first class implementation and deliver the highest levels of ongoing service.”