May 04, 2009
SIP Print, Zultys Partner to Offer Bundled Unified Communication Solution
By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributing Editor
SIP Print, a developer of session initiation protocol (SIP)-based voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) call recording platforms, and Zultys have announced a partnership agreement that will offer a bundled unified communications solution to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
“When you combine two interoperable market-leading products in a high-growth sector like the SMB VoIP marketplace, you know the results will be positive,” said Don Palmer, CEO at SIP Print (News - Alert).
Palmer said that the Zultys/SIP Print combined solution has been organically gaining traction across Zultys' (News - Alert) existing customer base, making it sensible for the company to solidify the relationship and provide the same benefits to the broader market.
Zultys is a SIP Open Standards-based corporate unified communications (UC) solutions provider. The company said that it delivers big business features at a small business price, enabling businesses to leverage the power of UC and VoIP.
The suite of IP-private branch exchange (PBX (News - Alert)) appliances includes advanced features that allow SMBs to compete with larger companies, said Zultys officials.
SIP Print said that its VoIP call recording appliances are also geared for SMBs. The main focus is on solutions that are “easy to install, easy to use and maintain, and easy to afford.”
“This partnership is founded on a mutual commitment to open standards, the SIP protocol, and to bringing feature-rich yet affordable communications solutions to the SMB market,” said Steve Rothenberg, CEO of Zultys.
Additionally, the companies also announced that they have successfully completed joint interoperability testing between SIP Print's SIP call recording appliances and Zultys' line-up of SIP-based IP-PBX communications systems.
SIP Print and Zultys’ combined IP-PBX and VoIP Call Recording solutions are currently available.
Earlier in March, Zultys announced an advanced Unified Communications (News - Alert) deployment that removes business obstacles, increases responsiveness to internal and external customers, and saves money for Sir Speedy Whittier.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tim Gray