Digium Inc has released Switchvox 6, the latest version of its business phone system available for on-premises deployments, which is designed to deliver more efficient call handling, improved performance and an enhanced user experience.
HRMWEB has implemented a virtual PBX system, helping the company to expand its phone system capacity in alignment with an increased headcount.
MyNetFone has arranged to provide continuity of service for customers of PennyTel and iVoisys, two telecom resellers forced into liquidation last week.
Recruitment specialist Sirius Recruitment Group (SRG) has implemented an integrated voice and data solution that has enabled easier telephony administration and interoffice hot-desking.
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Toyota Financial Services (TFS) New Zealand has deployed an IP business communications software suite to manage the telephony requirements of its head office, national contact centre and the sales office of sister organisation Toyota New Zealand.
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In late 2010, Queensland-based service provider itrinity made the decision to offer IP voice services. The company looked at several hosted solutions, ultimately settling on a hosted VoIP PBX from VoNEX. The system provides itrinity with scalable VoIP services with a high degree of redundancy.
Telegate, a telco specialising in hosted VoIP for the business market, has switched from an Asterisk PBX to a new hosted platform. This has allowed the company to focus on sales and scaling its business, rather than maintaining backend infrastructure.
Commercial radio network ARN (Australian Radio Network) has completed a company-wide telephony and networking rollout.
IT solutions provider CompNow has replaced its traditional phone system with a VoIP platform, allowing the company to integrate its telephony into its data network and providing the company with more sophisticated call management.
The Yeastar MyPBX range includes the SOHO model with BRI, PRI, GSM options well as SIP trunks with unified messaging included.
Cellarmasters, Australia’s largest direct wine retailer, will deploy the Interactive Intelligence all-in-one IP communications software suite Customer Interaction Center (CIC) at its new contact centre in Surry Hills in inner Sydney.
Recruitment, education and training provider Angus Knight deployed IP telephony to cut call costs, ease administration and more quickly roll out voice connectivity to new sites.
Point Project Management (PPM) provides project management services to clients in both the public and private sectors. With 23 employees operating across its three Australian offices and the relocation of its headquarters, PPM required a phone system that could support the company’s fast-paced growth.