Who are we?
We are communication enthusiasts. And tireless solution-seekers. Meanwhile C4B has been synonymous with quality and innovation made in Germany for more than 15 years. With our team of around 50 employees we develop and market "XPhone", a Unified Communications solution of which more than a million installed licences in companies of all sizes and industries are in use.
What drives us
Two ideas drive us:
Why? Because good communication is indispensable for practically every company – whether it produces screws or develops rocket technology. Because day in day out, tens of millions of phone calls, emails, chats and conferences decide the fate of major projects and orders. Because every interaction within the company can be the spark for the next great idea.
Our goal is that no barrier disrupts our customers' communication: neither technical, nor geographic, nor time-related. With a software that needs no explanation. That works independently of device, location & infrastructure. And integrates seamlessly into your IT landscape.
Our strength is integration. IT infrastructures are growing, the amount of data is increasing, processes are becoming more complex. We respond to this development with a clearly structured, intuitive solution, which thanks to open interfaces smoothly integrates into the most diverse applications and supports all major PBXs.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) multiplies the information obligations of companies. In order to be able to continue to collect personal data in compliance with data protection regulations, complex processes are being installed. Unified Communications manufacturer C4B Com For Business provides its customers with a solution that allows all relevant information to be made available and sent during the customer's call.
The Unified Communications manufacturer C4B Com For Business is expanding its partner programme. To strengthen sales and presales consultants, the communications specialist is introducing a new certification: the "XPhone Connect Solution Designer".
For companies, 2018 is all about the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): the entire processing of personal data must be scrutinised. A hitherto underestimated risk comes from the mobile phones of their own employees: company contacts transferred to the smartphone can mean a massive violation of the GDPR.