August 25, 2008
Tpad Releases New IP-based PBX Service
By Divya Narain
VoIP service provider, Tpad, has announced a new advanced IP-based PBX (News - Alert) service, Tpad Lite, tailored for SME businesses. The new service promises to offer the flexibility and efficiency of next-generation IP solutions without the associated costs of infrastructure and network management.
Tpad (News - Alert) Lite seamlessly connects head offices, remote offices and home staff of the small or medium enterprise. The service can be availed through any VoIP / SIP devices (ATA / IP Phone / Nokia (News - Alert) Wi-Fi Mobile / Softphone) or existing phone system.
Tpad’s Hosted IP PBX offers a combination of pay as you go calling plans and easy to use call management software. This enables non-technical staff to access advanced calling features from a single, low cost manageable package. The service offers enhanced features including voicemail to e-mail, automated message recording and call forwarding at much lower rates as compared to traditional phone systems. Plus, the unlimited scalability allows the addition of any number of lines, extensions and voicemail accounts.
"Tpad is extremely excited about providing a high quality, cost-effective solution that allows SMEs to finally enjoy the many benefits of business VoIP without any heavy upfront capital costs or ongoing operational expenses," said Chris Morris, Tpad's general manager.
"Tpad’s entry into this rapidly growing and profitable market builds on our current history of providing useful and cutting-edge residential solutions backed by our outstanding customer service support," added Morris.
"Businesses are continually looking for communications solutions that increase overall efficiency while still decreasing total cost of ownership. Tpad’s Hosted IP PBX service simplifies day to day management with highly flexible, mobile, and versatile solutions." continued Morris.
Tpad specializes in Internet-based telephony solutions for individual residential and business users as well as small to medium sized business enterprises.
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Edited by Michelle Robart