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IntelliSIP Trunking Gains Industry Recognition and Interoperability Success

October 03, 2013

By Rajani Baburajan, Business VoIP Contributor

Voice Carrier, a provider of enterprise-grade, VoIP services, has announced its IntelliSIP Trunking Service has made significant strides with recent industry recognitions and interoperability testing.  

IntelliSIP is the intelligent way to SIP Trunk, the company said. It enables businesses to increase revenues and reduce costs while enjoying a variety of new, modern system features such as remote extension calling, private conference bridges and find me, follow me.

TMC recently named IntelliSIP as a recipient of the 2013 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. Voice Carrier has won this prestigious award three out of the last four years.

IntelliSIP also has been certified interoperable with a variety of leading business phone system and PBX vendors.

The SIP trunking solution is tested interoperable with leading business VoIP phone systems from Avaya, Mitel, Panasonic, Toshiba, NEC, Sangoma, Itwatsu, and PhoneSuite. It also runs harmoniously with the company's existing PBX ensuring the highest phone service voice quality and reliability between both products.

With this interoperability, channel partners of both Voice Carrier and the business phone system and PBX vendors can deliver intelligent SIP phone service to their existing and future customers without violating any of their existing PBX vendor support contracts.  

The interoperability partnership also benefits resellers as they can earn huge commission on the monthly phone service revenue when they convert their customer's PSTN lines or SIP trunks to IntelliSIP.

"This is a win-win proposition,” said Gary Johnson, CEO of Voice Carrier. “The end user business significantly cuts its monthly phone bill by up to 70 percent, while the partner earns new monthly recurring commission revenues."

IntelliSIP enables key 21st century phone features for both IP PBXs along with the ability to extend the functionality for legacy systems, said Jeff Gigoux, chief marketing officer for Voice Carrier.

The solution is based on Voice Carrier's unique pricing model, and acknowledges the company’s commitment to developing innovative products, redefining communications across new markets and the company’s continued commitment to operational excellence and industry leadership, Gigoux added.



Edited by Stefania Viscusi

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