Business Telecommunications Company Pop VoIP Named in 'Best Industry of the Decade' Overview
Market research site IBISWorld has placed Pop VoIP, a telecommunications service provider, in its "Best Industry of the Decade" (2000-2009) overview of the VoIP telephone industry.
Pop VoIP provides hosted VoIP telephone technology from Brooklyn. As IBISWorld, VoIP telecommunications services are doing well in the business sector these days, with much of the reason being that it’s cheap and quick to set up, a fact Levi Halberstam, CEO of Pop VoIP, was quick to point out: "In order for a business -- especially a small business -- to succeed, it needs a reliable, affordable phone company.”
Pop VoIP provides its small business clients with what company officials describe as “a customized hosted phone system that incorporates all the beneficial aspects of PBX, including welcome greetings, toll free numbers, and unlimited extensions.”
Business VoIP telephone systems can accommodate fax, Internet, and telecommunications services because VoIP uses a single IP address through which all the systems can run.
"At Pop VoIP, the customer’s convenience is a top priority,” Halberstam said. “Our clients can access their hosted phone systems from any location with an Internet connection, using our intuitive web interface to monitor their accounts and check their web settings.”
In January TMC wrote that Pop VoIP completed VoIP services deployment for Ajax Union, an online marketing provider.
Ajax Union wanted Pop VoIP’s communications services to provide better business marketing to clients throughout the country. Ajax Union, a Brooklyn-based online marketing agency catering to small businesses, provides a search engine marketing strategy as well as SEO, PPC management and e-mail marketing services.
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Edited by Charles West