Virtual PBX Provider FreedomVoice Expands into Northeast
Virtual PBX and hosted PBX are the latest buzzwords in communications industry. A virtual PBX allows businesses to establish several extensions that can then be regulated from a static telephone connection, while a hosted PBX offers entire range of communications system integrated with your Exchange platform.
In a recent development in the industry, FreedomVoice, a provider of cloud-based VoIP phone systems, revealed it is hosting a training and certification program in the Northeast as part of the company’s effort to expand its presence there.
FreedomVoice University in Baltimore, the name of the training program, is looking for candidates with at least five years of experience with phone services or as IT consultants, specialists, or networkers.
The training program will be offered on November 15th and 16th at the Marriott Courtyard Baltimore BWI Airport in Maryland. The not-to-miss event will teach attendees how to sell, install, and support FreedomIQ, a cloud-based phone system, as well as FreedomVoice Business Continuity, a business continuity solution for premise-based phone systems.
“Whenever we run FreedomVoice University classes in Baltimore, they always fill up quickly. The class is incredibly valuable to local phone system and IT experts who are looking to provide the best service possible to their local businesses,” said Bob Capasso, Northeast Region channel manager and FreedomVoice University instructor, in a statement.
Since the training is offered in local centers, candidates don’t need to travel to the company headquarters. According to Capasso, anyone interested in adding cloud phone systems to their current offerings should also attend this informative session.
FreedomVoice University in Baltimore is an opportunity for business partners in the Northeast US to have their sales and engineering teams certified on the FreedomIQ platform. FreedomVoice also partners with local dealers by supplying them with live warm leads, custom marketing materials, and the training and support necessary for success.
Edited by Jamie Epstein