More NewsCyberTech International Revenues up by 30%

CyberTech International Revenues up by 30%

CyberTech International, provider of voice and data recording technologies, achieved a 30% increase in business and new contracts in 2009. CyberTech is now the second largest supplier of recording solutions to the financial market with customers including nearly half of the world’s top 25 banks.

CyberTech also opened new offices in France, Spain and Japan to complement those opened the previous year in New York, Frankfurt, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong. This was accompanied by a 30% increase in headcount during the same period.

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