From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

October 08, 2012

Broadview Networks Releases OfficeSuite White Label

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Broadview Networks, a network-based business communications provider, has recently released its new service offering, the OfficeSuite White Label.

The new service, offered as a turn-key solution to resellers, suppliers and partners will be hosted completely within Broadview’s fully meshed IP network. It will help improve Broadview’s current award-winning, cloud-based OfficeSuite business phone system.

By using OfficeSuite White Label, resellers and wholesalers will have total installation, messaging and customer control, as well as access to a complete library of Broadview marketing and customer service literature. This will help them to ensure quick and easy custom branding.

Company officials confirmed that OfficeSuite White Label will offer an advanced IP-based phone system that includes more than 40 features, a robust calling plan and an easy-to-use Web portal to manage the service.

In a statement, Broadview’s SVP of wholesale services, Michael Hou, said, “The new White Label version of OfficeSuite will provide resellers with a seamless transition to offering a hosted VoIP phone system, while minimizing the technical, operational and capital expense investments required to offer this product on their own.” “We wanted to give our partners full access to the OfficeSuite system and features, making it easy for them to brand and sell successfully.”

By providing instant access to dedicated wholesale and customer service teams, Broadview will also continue to support its partners.  

Broadview’s award-winning customer service, including a Web-based account management tool and a primary point-of-contact for real-time, personal customer care, helps the customers of the company in many ways.

In related TMC news, Broadview Networks has recently been ranked 28th on this year's InformationWeek 500, an annual list of the top technology innovators in the U.S.

Edited by Brooke Neuman