has teamed with VoIP solutions provider IPsmarx Technology
to further the companies’ shared mission to help VoIP service providers expand their global footprints.
The deal is expected to allow clients to leverage DIDs from around the globe, along with integrating the DIDX API to their Web site. In addition, other advanced features are provided by IPsmarx (News
) for service providers to benefit from automated DID ordering through the DIDX API.
, a registered and patented service of Super Technologies
, is an exchange of Direct Inward Dialing (DID) and DDI numbers. The company created new vertical markets for CLEC, ILEC and local regional telecoms to make revenue from their pool of allocated DDI numbers.
Reston, Va.-based IPsmarx delivers Softswitch and Calling Card Solutions to operators in 63 different nations.
“When we discovered that many of customer inquiries for these solutions to IPsmarx and for wholesale DID with DIDX were mutual and the same, we decided to make starting and growing a telecom-related business easier than ever," said Suzanne Bowen
, vice president of Super Technologies, Inc. and DIDX. "The combination of DIDX API for local international phone numbers and IPsmarx solutions gives entrepreneurs, carriers, calling card businesses, and ISPs a global presence in 60-plus countries and affordable quality CRM and billing."
For its part, IPsmarx provides feature rich VoIP solutions since 2001 and helps entrepreneurs and existing calling card operators to manage and grow calling card business.
“At IPsmarx, we are constantly coming up with new ways to help our clients grow their businesses,” said Ludymar Reveron, sales manager with IPsmarx. “By partnering with DIDX and offering integration with their API, our clients will have the advantage of expanding their client base globally and automating their sign up process, which will ultimately help them cut costs while expanding their markets.”
Tim Gray is a Web Editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To read more of Tim’s articles, please visit his columnist page.