Level 7 Systems has announced the launch of its business communication system, claming that it will change the telecommunications of the future.
Called VoIPdito, the new offering is a Web-based telephone system that companies of all sizes can tailor to their specific requirements, according to company officials. It eliminates the need to install any hardware.
Company officials said that as the system is hosted in a date center, the cloud, it is maintenance free and all updates are provided by Level 7 Systems.
“For several years Level 7 Systems have been busy looking for innovative ways of communications, seeking out client’s feedback, and focusing on quality and reliability. VoIPdito will hopefully become employer’s cost saving and effective way of communication,” said Hugh Porter, chief technical officer at Level 7 Systems.
Unlike traditional telephone systems, VoIPdito can assign telephone numbers in over 4,000 cities around the world. With it, clients can call any company on their local number. Company officials said that as a result any business can be as close as possible to their clients and improve its image.
This newest offering turns any mobile device into a fully feature business telephone including functions such as call transfers, call parking, and more with an office extension number assigned to it.
Company officials said that its Web based reception console can be set up on any PC that allows transferring or parking of calls with a simple to use drag and drop feature. Moreover, users can view all incoming and outgoing calls on one customized screen.
London based Level 7 Systems is one of the innovative and reputable names in the Internet telephony industry.
Earlier this year, Level 7 Systems and its service provider WebSiteChat.net announced Live Chat feature for Android (News - Alert) and iPhone users.
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Edited by Carrie Schmelkin