Alaska introduces Voice over Internet service for small businesses
Dec 21, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Alaska Communications, a provider of high-speed wireless and mobile broadband solutions, has introduced hosted Voice over Internet service for small businesses in Anchorage.
The new cloud-based phone system will help businesses increase sales, reduce costs and streamline operations. Voice over Internet offers greater connectivity and mobility in the workplace. It gives businesses the tools to better connect, collaborate and deliver customer experience. It is ideal for small business that wants all the modern phone services of a large enterprise, the company said.
Eric Lazo, Alaska Communications vice president of product and marketing, said: "The way businesses connect with employees and customers is changing. Voice over Internet is the latest generation of voice technology that gives customers what they want, increased mobility, more options for connecting, streamlined operations and one network for voice and data.
"Alaska Communications' Voice over Internet can transform businesses. Employees can stay connected with customers and each other from just about anywhere, personalize their phone service and manage their voice features from their desktop without ever talking to an IT person. It can increase sales by helping businesses never miss an opportunity with a client."
Alaska Communications Voice over Internet includes business-class applications for mobile voice management and is available with broadband Internet service with unlimited data and no overage charges. By combining voice and data networks, businesses also streamline operations, reduce operating costs and increase productivity, the company added.
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