iPATH Cloud Solutions, a provider of cloud-based hosted voice and data services and products for small and mid-size businesses, has recently launched a new website which offers affordable virtual PBXs, SIP platforms, data backup and recovery solutions, VoIP phone rentals, and various cloud services.
This portfolio of products and services will make it easier and more affordable for small businesses to communicate and grow using the latest cost-effective offerings on the market.
And businesses leveraging this website will be able to put their phone system in the cloud by using an affordable, turnkey solution.
Both easy to use and informative, the site will make accessing today's cloud-based technologies simple for forward-minded organizations.
In a statement, Robert Gannon, CEO of iPATH Cloud Solutions Inc. said, “We make accessing today's cloud based technologies simple and affordable for forward-minded businesses. Now small or medium-size firms can simplify their communications infrastructure with our world-class solutions. iPATH’S astounding remote cloud hosting and expert customer support can help your business extend its reach and prosper.”
The iPATH Cloud Solutions system allows businesses to cut costs significantly by eliminating maintenance or repair costs and, for those who don’t already have VoIP phones, it offers the option of renting phones rather than buying.
This technology inspires businesses to grow organically adding communications capacity on an as needed basis without the usual costly equipment upgrades.
The company has also introduced its Expert Partner Program. Telecom and data professionals who possess excellent knowledge of business telecommunications and data needs and have access to a clientele interested in an affordable cloud-based system can apply for the Power Expert Partnership.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein