We handle high volumes of phone calls on behalf of our customers. In order to do this we store and transmit data on your behalf.
From a privacy perspective, you are the controller of data we hold, and babblevoice is a processor. This means that whilst you subscribe to our services, you retain ownership of and control over any data in your account.
Babblevoice uses subprocessors. These are external companies to whom we subcontract out certain functions to. Currently, this is limited to
Please be aware that we and your reseller (if you have one) will have access to your account with us and any data in that account for the purposes of managing your account and providing you with updates regarding babblevoice.
We do not sell or give any data to any 3rd parties (except those listed as sub contracted sub processors for the specific purposes they are contracted to perform). We do not store credit card details.
The processing we perform is recording, speech to text and storing. If an issue is raised regarding specific phone calls, then our staff may ask permission from you, the customer, to access relevant data to help in the diagnosis of any potential issue.
We use contact information to contact our customers (or potential customers) who have agreed to engage in a conversation (whether it be sales or support). We send out regular newsletters updating customers on our service.
Actual telephone calls (like all telephone calls over the Public Switched Telephone Network) are insecure. However, when we record data (such as phone call recordings or call records) they are transmitted using SSL to encrypt the transmission. When you access this data via Vibes (or any other mechanism we provide) we again encrypt this data via SSL (HTTPS in a browser).
All data is stored in Amazon EC2/S3 storage in the EU region Dublin, Ireland or the UK.
As part of our work with NHS organisations, babblevoice is registered and up to date with the IG toolkit.