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March 11, 2011

Telcentris Announces "VoxOx In Business" Division for SMB Services


By SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Telcentris, a cloud communications provider, announced VoxOx In Business, a division for its Small and Medium-sized Business (SMB) offerings.


The SMB focused division will include Telcentris' existing SMB solutions including Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking, hosted IP-PBX, data services, among other things.

According to a recent Infonetics survey, about 96 percent of companies that use multi-modal communications plan to integrate the various modes of communication into a single unified user experience.

 “Unifying our product branding is a key stepping stone as we prepare for further technology integration in the coming months,” said Bryan Hertz, CEO of Telcentris, in a statement. “We will forge ahead with deploying innovative unified communications solutions that save customers time and money.”

At the Channel Partners Conference & Expo Telcentris is showcasing a blend of mobile, IP telephony and desktop communication technologies integrated into a single unified business experience.

Telcentris is planning a number of promotions as part of the VoxOx In Business launch. The company is offering a $100 Visa gift card to eligible channel partners for every new qualifying customer account closed in March.

The company is also offering a limited time SIP trunking promotion to eligible channel partners till June 30, 2011. Telcentris will offer one free SIP trunk to all qualified channel partners for demo purposes and testing.

Additionally Telcentris will provide one free SIP trunk for every new IP-PBX a partner deploys so their customers can test out Telcentris' service. The free SIP trunk comes with 10 call paths, a single temporary DID, and $25 usage credit for worldwide calling, the company said.

In December 2010, Telcentris announced the launch of its white label product, an end-to-end managed wholesale VoIP enablement platform that offers customers a complete suite of services and robust back-end infrastructure.


Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Janice McDuffee