When it comes to ITEXPO (News - Alert), there are things that can be counted on. There are big names in appearance, and newer firms just getting started. There are products and services on display, and there are opportunities to learn more about the wider field of endeavor in communications. With keynotes, panels and networking opportunities, there's always plenty to see and learn, but one company has been part of ITEXPO for a full decade now, and that's DIDX.
DIDX came to life as part of a need on its creator's—Super Technologies (News - Alert) Inc.'s-- part, specifically, the need for phone numbers in its array of services like Virtualphoneline.com, ip-pabx.com, and others. But the company didn't really need a large number of numbers for these services, and no one was willing to sell numbers in small quantities. Worse, companies that did sell numbers would have been interested, yet didn't have the necessary billing system in place to sell small quantities of numbers. Thus seeing a need, DID Exchange (DIDX) was created when the company offered to build a system to sell small quantities of numbers, and began to market that system elsewhere.
DIDX has seen, since that day, substantial expansion, bringing in team members who speak a variety of languages to offer help where it is needed the world over. By way of example, just at DIDX's ITEXPO booth this year, team members speak English, German and Spanish to help ensure that business needs are met. DIDX has since expanded to offer phone numbers in 59 different countries ranging from Algeria to Venezuela, so where ever a company plans to do business, so too will be DIDX. DIDX's product offerings allow for a variety of direct inward dialing (DID) numbers to be had, working with things like H.323, SIP, PSTN, and even other endpoints like certain breeds of IM messenger programs, giving DIDX impressive versatility in the field.
But DIDX is also ready to sign up new users right at the show, and is offering several prizes to draw further interest, including the Secrets of Mental Math DVD and even—once a DIDX interop and agreement is completed—25 free DIDs for a month for the state of Ohio.
DIDX is a testament to the concept of finding a need in the market and offering that which is necessary to fill it. When companies wouldn't—essentially couldn't in some cases—offer what the market needed, DIDX found a way to make that offering happen. That's the kind of thing that makes businesses successes, and after 10 years, it's clear that it's working for DIDX. The enhanced versatility of DIDX's line—the number of places in which it works, the number of services with which it can connect—all of these show that there's a lot of room in this market segment for a company that can provide what the businesses want.
Will there be another 10 years of DIDX at ITEXPO? Only time will tell on that one, but for those who want a better look at the offerings of a company who saw what the market needed and rushed to provide it, just stop in at ITEXPO booth #1006 at the Miami Beach Convention Center and see what DIDX has to offer.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker