Allworx, a Windstream company and award-winning developer of Internet Protocol (IP) phone and network systems, has appointed Target Distributing of Germantown, Md., as an authorized distributor of the complete line of Allworx products.
Allworx has already signed an agreement with Target Distributing in this regard.
With a product portfolio of over 125 of the best names in the business, Target Distributing is a national distributor of converged and IP-centric technologies such as commercial telecommunications products, voice over IP solutions, datacom products, security systems, and professional audio/video products
As part of the pact, Target will carry the entire Allworx product line which consists of advanced VoIP premise-based PBX systems, integrated IP telephones and IP switches.
“Target shares many of the basic corporate values Allworx embraces, including customer focus, value, reliability and quality, so we're confident in their ability to be a strong distribution partner,” said Chris Hasenauer, president of Allworx, in a statement.
“By combining the expanding Allworx product set, including our recently launched mobility products, with Target's long history of success in the telecommunications industry, we believe we have made it even easier for our Allworx partners to be successful,” said Hasenauer.
Michael Momsen, president and CEO of Target said that Allworx is a natural fit for the company’s customers, many of whom are making the transition to offering VoIP-based communications products that leverage modern technology and SIP (session initiated protocol) trunking.
“We are excited by Allworx's approach to effortless communications, and we believe there is great opportunity for resellers looking to offer Allworx communications solutions,” said Momsen.
Earlier in June, Allworx Corp had announced the immediate availability of System Software Release 7.7 for its popular line of VoIP communication systems.
The latest release is designed to offer Virtual Network Interfaces, allowing the Allworx server administrator to separate voice and data by defining multiple virtual interfaces on a single physical interface.