News : Gryphon Networks, TouchTone Team on Do-Not-Call Compliance
Boston, MA, USA, Aug 17, 2015 -- Gryphon Networks, a provider in do-not-call compliance and sales intelligence services, announced a partnership with TouchTone Communications, a full service telecommunications provider. Through this partnership, TouchTone’s authorized agents can offer its business and enterprise customers Gryphon’s patented call blocking service, TeleBlock Plus, to ensure they never risk the fines and brand damage associated with Do-Not-Call violations from outbound sales and marketing campaigns.
Gryphon’s TeleBlock Plus solution is 100% warranted and fully indemnified to ensure marketing privacy compliance and reduced regulatory risk. For companies that market to consumers, Gryphon assumes the liability for Federal, State, and industry Do-Not-Call laws and potential fines for violation.
"Gryphon’s Do-Not-Call compliance product fills a strategic niche in our agents’ portfolio," said Ken McCormack, TouchTone’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Our agents are already selling voice services to their customers, so Gryphon’s Do-Not-Call compliance is a value-added upsell for any call center or high volume customers with outbound call campaigns."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Gryphon Networks is a provider of real-time marketing productivity and compliance solutions. Using patented technology, Gryphon’’s outsourced solutions offer direct marketing professionals a distinct competitive advantage by ensuring compliance while providing extensive reporting capabilities, increased data integrity, and enhanced resource management options.
About TouchTone Communications:
TouchTone Communications provides voice, data, and VoIP solutions for the home and business including business phone service, phone systems, enterprise SIP VoIP, call center/short duration voice termination, residential home phone service, international calling, conference call services, MPLS, and Ethernet.
Published: Tuesday, August 18, 2015