Provider of VoIP products and services, Nuvio Corporation announced that it just made available its NuvioCentrex, a hosted IP PBX for the smaller companies of about 2-15 employees. Fully-hosted NuvioCentrex is currently available through a nationwide Powered by Nuvio Partner Program with broadband Internet providers and network integrators and requires no up-front capital investment from customers.
Kansas City, MO-based Nuvio ( news – alert) is keeping smaller companies in mind when making NuvioCentrex available. The company says that smaller businesses with up to twenty employees or less have been left out of the possible savings that can be made from the economies of scale that larger companies were getting from their communications packages.
Nuvio developed a switching technology, feature sets, and Web interface enabling customers to link offices with extension-to-extension dialing, removing all geographic boundaries for placing, receiving, and transferring calls. The company says this will aid smaller businesses that have multiple office locations nationwide that have been paying long distance charges, not being able to function as one single organization.
Jason Talley, president and CEO of Nuvio Corporation, said: "It's about time that small businesses had an economical choice for voice solutions. With a traditional office phone system, small businesses were paying more for service and getting less for it. NuvioCentrex levels the playing field, providing all of the features of the expensive offerings while significantly reducing overall costs to the business."
This announcement follows the company’s effort to get the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to address and combat potential discriminatory practices by broadband Internet access providers—which also offer VoIP services and preserve competition in the Voice over IP (VoIP) (define - news - alert - tutorial) market.
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