BluIP, a provider of Cloud-based hosted IP services and applications to small-to-medium sized and large enterprise businesses, has just revealed in a press release that they have certified the interoperability of the CenturiSoft Unified Communications (News - Alert) products including virtual PBX for increased functionality on the BluIP network.
Specializing in Unified Communications, the company powers a combined e-mail, fax and voice system that can help to greatly decrease overall communication expenses due to the fact that it offers all the features of a stand-alone system at a reduced cost. Through integrating non-real-time (voicemail, messaging) with real-time (follow-me, call screening, bridging, conferencing, ACD) together in a single product suite, CenturiSoft is able to provide a high degree of scalability within the system, according to the release.
"We are pleased of our partnership with CenturiSoft," said Scott Miller (News - Alert), vice president of sales and sales engineering for BluIP in a statement. "The CenturiSoft Messenger product offering is one of the first Unified Communications platforms to be certified on the BluIP network enabling our SMB and LE reseller partners to offer leading edge Unified Messaging products to their customers. At BluIP we are committed to providing the CenturiSoft users a network that they can depend on, with features like One Number Services, true multi-tier redundancy, and disaster recovery that they need to support the mission critical services they offer."
The collaborative effort represents the fact that BluIP only forms partnerships with "best of breed" industry leaders to ensure that the BluIP network can fully support the most reliable, business-grade quality unified messaging solutions currently available within the cloud computing market.
"When we worked with the engineers at BluIP, we were able to validate and define very robust services that we could not do with many other providers in the marketplace," said CenturiSoft President, John Pope. "From the ground up, BluIP's network is designed for Tier 1 Service with real foresight into redundancy and fault tolerance. CenturiSoft is extremely confident in recommending BluIP for advanced VoIP services far beyond basic SIP trunk offerings."
Jamie Epstein is a TMCnet Web Editor. Previously she interned at News 12 Long Island as a reporter's assistant. After working as an administrative assistant for a year, she joined TMC (News - Alert) as a Web editor for TMCnet. Jamie grew up on the North Shore of Long Island and holds a bachelor's degree in mass communication with a concentration in broadcasting from Five Towns College. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny