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Flowroute Service Certified Compatible with PhoneSuite's Hospitality Phone System

September 21, 2016

By Paula Bernier - Executive Editor, TMC

The communications solutions from Flowroute Inc. and PhoneSuite have been deemed compatible. The interoperability of these offerings was certified via the Flowroute Technology Partner Program.

Flowroute is a pure SIP telecommunication carrier that delivers a solution that is highly available, cost efficient and delivers high call quality. That gives businesses and developers granular control, and real-time management, of their communications. The company supports users with an integrated team of developers, network operations and telecom engineers.


PhoneSuite is a communication solutions provider that caters to the hospitality industry. Its Voiceware offering is a SIP-compliant VoIP solution for hotels.

“With Flowroute, we can rapidly on-board customers without disruption to the hotel operations. Our customers appreciate the control and reliability PhoneSuite provides, and Flowroute is a big part of that," said Keith Konicki, vice president sales and marketing at PhoneSuite. "The combination of PhoneSuite and Flowroute provides hotel operators, and more importantly the guest, the best possible communications experience."

As part of the Flowroute Technology Partner Program, the company provides other companies with the opportunity to develop, document and validate their products’ interoperability with the Flowroute service. It puts its technology partners’ equipment through rigorous interoperability testing to ensure it works well with the Flowroute service. In addition to PhoneSuite, certified Flowroute partners include 3CX, Asterisk,

Barracuda, beroNet, FreeSWITCH, Grandstream, Mitel, Mobydick, Obihai, Patton, Sangoma Technologies, Snom, Vtech and Yealink.

As Rich Tehrani wrote in the July/August 2016 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, APIs are an important component of Flowroute’s strategy. In the past, telecommunications innovation has been stifled due to the inaccessibility of telephony resources, the company noted, but now APIs can expose telecom resources like call control, location, messaging, provisioning and subscriber information to developers. That makes it easier for developers to add calling and messaging capabilities to their applications, and in doing so, to transform the user experience.




Edited by Alicia Young


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