Alloy hits the high notes with Zultys

Monday, 23 November, 2009


Zultys, a provider of elegantly simple unified communications and VoIP business phone systems since
2001, has announced a distribution partnership with Melbourne-based Alloy Computer Products.

Under the agreement, Alloy will distribute the complete range of Zultys Open Standards SIP-based MX30 and MX250 IP PBX phone systems, IP phones, MXIE unified communications software and MXmeeting web conferencing platforms to the Australian market through its Australia-wide network of resellers.

"Alloy's extensive IP telephony expertise and high profile in the marketplace make them the ideal distribution partner for Zultys," said Martin Trigg, Zultys’s Regional Director for Australia & New Zealand. "As a full service distributor, Alloy is able to deliver real value to our channel partners through pre- and post-sales support, product training and technical support services."

Alloy, a pioneer of business-grade IP communications products in Australia, is highly regarded for the quality of the products it brings to the market and the excellence of its support services.

“Zultys offers a very broad range of innovative IP communications products and solutions that are renowned for their value and reliability," commented Greg Round, Product Development Manager at Alloy. “Our partnership with Zultys is an important step for Alloy as it allows us to offer mid- and enterprise-size organisations with solutions that are designed specifically with their requirements in mind - seamless, organisation-wide IP telephony and unified communications services for up to 128 locations."

Zultys’s MX250 and MX30 'All-in-One' IP-PBX appliances scale to support from 10 to 10,000 users in a single company-wide unified communications system, making separate offices appear as a single entity, all managed from a single interface. Zultys's distributed architecture ensures 100% local survivability in the event of network outages.

"The eco-system of complementary products represented by Alloy, such as SIP open standard conference phones, GSM gateways, wireless phones and paging systems, networking hardware and headsets works in well with Zultys's open architecture," commented  Trigg.

Being appointed the Zultys Australian distributor has added to the best financial year ever for Alloy says Karl Baker, Alloy's Marketing Director. "We have expanded into the US this year and also taken on a range of Motorola products, providng installation, maintenance and training. The Zultys announcement will increase market share for both companies and will complement our services with interesting and powerful unified communications technology."

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