A call recording service that meets UK FSA regulations and the upcoming Dodd Frank legislation in the USA has been introduced by Voxsmart.
The mobile call recording firm says VSmart works across all communications on any smartphone and any network regardless of location.
VSmart enables regulated organisations to record and store a trader's mobile voice calls (including calls made over Wi-Fi using VoIP services) along with text and IM traffic.
This happens with no delay to call set-up time and no need to change SIM card or network.
Voxsmart Executive Chairman Graham Rivers commented: "VSmart not only captures all smartphone communications it also offers a range of new and improved storage, retrieval and data analysis features."
The VSmart service will be rolled out this year and during the early part of 2014 across Blackberry, Android, iPhone and Windows handsets.
"Because the service is both handset and cloud-based there are immediate possibilities for telecoms resellers to get involved, especially with SMEs operating in the regulated market," added Rivers.
"We will be introducing a range of services based on the new platform that would help open that market to the reseller community, and potentially have applications beyond the regulated trader market."
Voxsmart is to add more voicemail services and back-end unified communications capabilities to the VSmart service following a link up HulloMail.
Its cloud-based platform has scaled to support more than 35 million users worldwide.
"By working with HulloMail we will be able to introduce a range of new services and added benefits both for our customers and for the traders using VSmart," noted Rivers.