Noble Systems has issued a press release announcing details of a lawsuit it filed last year alleging that Acqueon Technologies, Inc. has infringed on Noble’s patents related to the company’s compliance module for the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
In the complaint, Noble is alleging that Acqueon violated four patents owned by Noble Systems, related to how calls are placed and directed from inside a call center. Noble is also seeking to include Serviont Global Solutions Limited and Serviont Global Solutions Inc. as defendants in the suit.
A copy of the complaint in the case of Noble Systems v. Acqueon Technologies can be accessed by clicking here.
In the press release, Noble does not explain why it is issuing the release now even though it filed its complaint last August.
“Noble Systems has been introducing companies to smart customer contact technologies for more than 28 years,” said Jim Noble, the company’s president and CEO, in a statement. “During this time, Noble has respected the intellectual property of others, and we likewise expect others to respect our intellectual property. We have patiently attempted to resolve this dispute without having to resort to litigation, but circumstances have forced us to act otherwise. We have been investing for decades in innovation, and will take action when necessary to protect that innovation and support our customers.”