FreedomVoice Searches for Business VoIP Partners in Connecticut
FreedomVoice, a provider of cloud-based business VoIP systems, recently revealed it is looking for partners in the Hartford, Conn. area.
The company currently serves nearly 30,000 customers nationwide and its portfolio includes 800 numbers, auto attendant, call forwarding, and voicemail to text capabilities.With the launch of the FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system service back in 2006, the company entered the highly prospective business VoIP market.
In fact, according to recent research, VoIP for personal use has been adopted by nearly 37 percent of consumers, but when it comes to businesses VoIP the current penetration rate is at less than 10 percent for all business access lines.
The increase of mobile devices, better broadband and cheaper services will increase the overall adoption rate of business VoIP at a CAGR of 15 percent through 2014. While large enterprises have their own IP networks to implement VoIP, some SMBs have been reluctant to transition to this next generation technology because of certain quality issues seen in the past.
The new partnership opportunity with FreedomVoice will provide local phone dealers, MSPs, cloud hosting companies, and IT consultants with an opportunity to expand their footprint into the flourishing business VoIP market by offering FreedomIQ cloud phone systems, as well as FreedomVoice Business Continuity to their customers.
“Being a FreedomIQ Partner allows us to offer our clients the best value for leading-edge business VoIP in the marketplace. FreedomIQ stands behind their service with friendly, reliable technical support for our clients so that we can focus on reaching new customers,” said Theo Panopoulous, CEO of the Newton Group ESA, one of the partners of FreedomVoice in a statement.
Edited by Jamie Epstein