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Business VoIP Provider Amcom Empowers Next Telecom

May 07, 2012

By Anuradha Shukla, Business VoIP Contributor

Next Telecom is now one of the fastest growing providers of business VoIP products on the Amcom Hosted Telephony Network. It was only a year ago that the Australian business VoIP provider launched Next Advantage, its business grade hosted PBX service.

The company has deployed its offerings nationally and has connected over 1,000 services since its launch.

Founded by Ryan O’Hare (co-founder of People Telecom), Gavin Roache and Mark Manion, the company delivers a high quality customer experience across its entire product line while simultaneously reducing the cost of these products to its valued customers.

Noting the change in market intelligence and readiness within the SME market, Next Telecom’s executive director and head of Sales Gavin Roache revealed that his company allows its customers to leverage new hardware with no capital outlay, resulting in the effective delivery of a unified communications desktop platform.

“Next Telecom are primed to benefit from Amcom’s range of hosted IP telephony solutions layered over Amcom’s national MPLS network. Access to Amcom’s Unified Communications solutions will enable Next Telecom to differentiate its offering from other service providers in the market,” Peter Neatnica, National Channel executive, Amcom said in a statement.

He added, “These solutions will empower Next Telecom to deliver real value to their customers via a rich set of enhanced communication and collaboration capabilities.”

Late month, analyst firm Infonetics Research released its report entitled, “VoIP and UC Services and Subscribers Market Share and Forecast” where findings show that the number of seats for hosted business VoIP and unified communications (UC) services is estimated to more than double between 2012 and 2016.

Additionally, according to research, global service provider revenue from business VoIP and residential/SOHO VoIP services totaled nearly $58 billion in 2011, increasing 16 percent from the previous year.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

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