Newsletter – Q3 2022

Record year on the horizon for Code 

Code have released our revenue figures for Q3 which once again prove the value of our cloud-based reporting, analytics and management tools for MS Teams and other UC platforms.

The figures show a 25% increase in overall revenue from the previous quarter and a 28% increase when compared to the Q3 2021 figures. We are now on track for an annual revenue increase of 50% in 2022 which is truly exceptional.

Major new customer wins included Demant, Wates, RM, Shoosmiths, ECCO and Hitachi and we recently announced several key partnerships, expanding our global footprint in the industry, notably NTT and Vodafone.

We are experiencing strong global growth at present and the future is looking even more promising. In July we welcomed Jeremy Schablik to our US team who brings a wealth of experience in our industry, who will be spearheading our overall operation stateside.

Finally, as always, I’d like to say a big thank you to all of our partners and end users for their continued support without which none of this would be possible.

Mark Armstrong, CEO.

Take control of your M365 and Teams licensing with Clobba – Live webinar Wednesday 26th of October (45mins)

Can you, hand on heart, say that you have complete visibility of the consumption of all M365 Licences in your business? How much are you spending each month or, to put it another way, how much are you wasting? Are all of your purchased licences relevant and in use or are there users with duplicate licences? Or do you have very little visibility on this level of analysis and the impact of your provisioning policy?

If any of these questions resonate or at least forced you to consider these implications, then our forthcoming webinar demonstrating how Clobba can help you answer all of these questions – and a lot more – should be of interest. Read more here

New Features

Clobba continues to innovate, addressing the ever-changing requirements of MS Teams customers and the broader UC community. Major product enhancements in Q3 have been focused on Teams calls queues and auto-attendants where we continue to innovate through simplifying management and visibility of performance. We are very excited about the pending launch of our licensing feature which will be previewed in the seminars at the end of October a new field for Code but one which we see adding significant value to our customers.

WIP visual of how our new licensing dashboard will look
Scoring Employees Productivity – have we gone to far? 

Since the pandemic changed the way we work forever, hybrid working has become the norm with employees now working longer or more hours from home than they previously did in an office. Continuing to keep a hybrid workforce has many benefits including saving money on office space, commuting times and general overheads but from a management perspective, how do we maintain communication with our employees who are no longer in the same physical space and not resort to Micromanagement?  Read our full blog here

Comms vNext 

Back in August we were delighted to sponsor Comms vNext in Denver. It’s a unique community event attended by a cross section of MS Teams experts and end users and we thoroughly enjoyed catching up in-person with many of our friends and associates. Many thanks to the organisers – Adam Ball, Josh Blalock, Jonathan McKinney and Pat Richards, a superb job as always.

Careers

We are always on the lookout for like-minded people to join the team at Code. We are currently recruiting both sales and technical staff in US and around the world so if you or someone you know fits the bill please get in touch.

See our latest job post for an Account Manager USA (remote working) on LinkedIn here