SIM Partners Chooses Votacall's Business VoIP Solutions to Increase Growth
Votacall, a cloud-based Unified Communications Provider (UC), has just revealed that SIM Partners, a marketing agency based in Chicago Illinois, has just implemented solutions powered by the Votacall business VoIP platform to offer a suite of voice communications to employees, as well as customers. Created and managed by All Business Communications, the Votacall business VoIP solutions will provide increased scalability and productivity that helps to enhance user experiences.
SIM Partners provides digital products and services that help businesses to acquire and keep customers for a cost-effective price.
"The Votacall Platform provides us with the flexibility to grow without a large capital investment or the potential for system capacity issues," said Tammy Rechtin, sales and marketing manager, in a statement. "We like the fact that as our business expands, the actual hardware needed is not a concern. To accommodate a new hire, it is truly as simple as getting a phone shipped to us and plugging it in."
When looking for a cloud communications provider who had a vast range of expertise in the business VoIP industry, SIM Partners required a selection that could keep the company abreast of all the newest, innovative forms of technology. With the Votacall VBX platform, the company will be able to seamlessly integrate solution upgrades that can be used for the life span of the product, allowing for the lowest TCO in the industry, a press release revealed.
"It is reassuring to know that our communications platform will grow, change and adapt as needed," Rechtin added.
Moreover, according to the release Votacall’s mission is to fully leverage the end user communications experience with easily accessible business VoIP technology, allowing customers to gain access to all of the crucial tools that are needed to help any business continue to grow.
Jamie Epstein is a business-voip Web Editor. Previously she interned at News 12 Long Island as a reporter's assistant. After working as an administrative assistant for a year, she joined TMC as a Web editor for business-voip. Jamie grew up on the North Shore of Long Island and holds a bachelor's degree in mass communication with a concentration in broadcasting from Five Towns College. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca