The goal of representatives at Epygi’s booth (#212), and the company’s operations more broadly, is to ease the process of selecting VoIP solutions. Epygi serves both technology vendors and business owners.
For vendors, Epygi offers a variety of reseller opportunities to establish a VoIP product portfolio or enhance the competitive edge of existing offerings. The company offers three product lines: Quadro IP-PBXs (six models), Quadro gateways (three models), and the Quadro CS conference server.
Epygi has put a lot of effort into understanding the small business VoIP market, and its products reflect that. Resellers looking to target this lucrative market will find that Epygi provides both products and expertise to make such an endeavor successful.
For business owners, the product lines listed above are designed to meet the individual needs of small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The Quadro IP-PBX
, for example, comes in three sizes: 2x (up to eight extension), 4x (up to twenty extensions) and 16x (up to sixty-six extensions). A total of six IP-PBX (News
) models are available, some with and some without ISDN
ports, so SMBs can pick the products that are right for them.
Epygi’s products are designed to help small businesses communicate with the same level of professionalism and efficiency as a big corporation—but without having to shell out the big bucks.
To learn more about Epygi and its products, please visit the Selecting VoIP Solutions
channel on TMCnet.com, brought to you by Epygi.
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Mae Kowalke is an associate editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Mae’s articles, please visit her columnist page. She also blogs for TMCnet here.