TelcoDepot (News - Alert).com, a provider of business VoIP phone systems and solutions, has unveiled special bulk purchase discounts for logistics firms.
The discount offer is applicable to the business VoIP providers’ entire range of products including essential phone systems, VoIP equipment, networking systems and tools, VoIP service plans, cabling systems and solutions, video surveillance/security solutions and more.
The Logistics industry heavily relies upon next-generation communications to improve efficiency. Luckily, the complex communications requirements of the industry can be addressed with TelcoDepot’s business VoIP solutions that empower companies by giving them access to multi-tasking capabilities.
"TelcoDepot.com now provides logistics firms with leading business VoIP phone systems, VoIP technology and hosted service plans, fax and conferencing equipment, office productivity (and CRM) tools, access control/surveillance systems, technical support and more at special discount rates for bulk purchases, allowing them to access vital communications tools and productivity equipment for all their internal and external communications needs while keeping risk and cost at a minimum," said Yaron Ram, a TelcoDepot.com principal, in a statement.
Business VoIP is steadily increasing in popularity because customers have started realizing the cost benefits of IP-based communications solutions over traditional telephones. The service is especially beneficial to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) which are trying to build a global customer base. VoIP phone system provides these firms with an advanced communications service that was previously accessible only to large enterprises.
In a recent study conducted by ATLANTIC-ACM, findings highlight that machine-to-machine technologies (M2M), business FTTx and business VoIP represent the telecom industry's top three growth products by compound annual growth rate (CAGR). Another market research firm Visiongain (News - Alert) also recently released a report stating that global revenues from business VoIP will touch nearly $65 billion in 2012, making this year a landmark for VoIP services.
Edited by Jamie Epstein