September 06, 2007
Alianza Offers Fully-Integrated Private Label VoIP Technology Delivered Via SaaS
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Alianza has announced the general availability of its proven PowerPlatform solution. By leveraging the SaaS (News
) model, Alianza aims to help Broadband Service Providers (including WiMax Providers, Cable Operators, ISPs, Telcos, Managed Service Providers, Satellite Broadband Operators, etc.) to deploy and commercialize fully-branded, private label Consumer and SMB VoIP
services and IP-based value-added applications within a month, without incurring any capital expenditures.
) has refined its technology since its launch in 2003 and targets the lucrative Latin American market. Brian Beutler, CEO of Alianza points out that due to their success in Latin America, they are expanding their footprint to other important international markets across the globe.
Beutler explained that the complexities of developing state-of-the-art IP
communications services and applications, coupled with the ever-increasing consumer demand for innovative new services, is creating strong demand for Alianza’s products. By delivering their PowerPlatform as a turn-key, hosted service, Alianza is able to improve the time-to-market and allow operators to generate revenue from day one.
According to a press release
, Alianza has recently opened regional offices in Mexico City, Argentina, and Singapore, which allows the company to service many English and Spanish-speaking markets.
Alianza’s PowerPlatform fully-integrates the fundamental components required to deliver advanced IP telephony services. Thanks to the SaaS model Broadband Service Providers can launch voice services and value-added applications without investing in expensive infrastructure, human resources, development, or maintenance.
Alianza is a fully-integrated provider of Hosted IP Telephony Technology, delivered via Software as a Service (SaaS), for Broadband Service Providers.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet, covering call centers, CRM and information technology. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
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