Traditional PBXs in organizations are giving way to hosted and virtual PBXs. Managed phone services and IP based communications are continuing to be leveraged due to the flexibility and affordability they deliver to customers.
One of the greatest benefits of any hosted product is that they allow organizations to move from one place to the other without worrying about moving their communications infrastructure.
Recently, Axiologix, a provider of cloud products and services such as hosted and virtual PBXs, established its new subsidiary AxioComm, Inc. AxioComm will power an array of cloud-based services directly to small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United States.
"This is a fundamental step in executing our telecoms strategy and will bring new organic growth in addition to the acquisitions we are working on,” said Dennis Mitrano, president of Telecom Operations at Axiologix, in a statement. “AxioComm is partnering with leading technology and service providers to allow us to offer exciting new and competitive services to customers across the United States.”
AxioComm is selling its services via master sales agents that bring with them a large network of sales resources across the nation. The company will also launch a new AxioComm website to allow prospective customers to buy its products directly from its site.
In related news in the space, in a just released market report from Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert), the analyst firm is predicting that the hosted IP telephony and unified communications services user base will increase by approximately 29 percent and related revenue by about 31 percent in the not so distant future. The research also points out that until 2017; the business telephony user base for VoIP/hosted VoIP is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of about 33 percent.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein