From the SIP Trunking Experts

October 04, 2013

VoIP Supply Offers Free Switchvox User Training

By Rory Lidstone SIP Trunking Report Contributing Writer

VoIP Supply, a North American supplier of VoIP equipment and complete VoIP solutions, has augmented its range of Digium Switchvox appliances with Switchvox User Training at no added cost to small and medium business customers. Specifically, purchasing any Switchvox SMB Unified Communications solution grants access to this offer.

This announcement comes shortly after VoIP Supply introduced its new range of Switchvox appliances, which includes four new VoIP phone system models: Switchvox 80, which supports up to 30 users and 12 concurrent calls; Switchvox 310, supporting up to 150 users and 45 concurrent calls; Switchvox 360, a rack-mounted PBX that supports up to 400 users and 75 concurrent calls; and Switchvox 380, which supports up to 450 users and 100 concurrent calls.

In fact, purchase of these systems — along with the Switchvox 450 and 470, as well as Switchvox SMB Software Download and SMB DVD with RegCode — is required for the deal. Usually, Switchvox User Training costs just under $1,000, but this promotional offer — which runs until Dec. 31 — allows SMBs to learn much more about their Switchvox hardware or software completely free.

"The Switchvox User Training is an online, self-paced two hour course that will teach anyone in your business the ins and outs of Switchvox, the Switchvox user Web suite and GUI, the Switchboard, and Digium phones," said Ben Sayers, CEO of VoIP Supply, in a statement.

Since Switchvox User Training can be completed in a short span of time, it’s possible for every user in a business to use a single login and learn how to use and navigate their new Switchvox VoIP phone system. Best of all, the training is split into 15 short tutorial videos, allowing each user to skip over subjects they’re already well versed in. Topics include Web Suite Basics, Switchboard Basics, Personalizing Your Account, Managing Phonebooks, Converging Phones and more.

Edited by Alisen Downey
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