Voxox, a comprehensive cloud-based rich communication service for consumers and businesses, has entered into a distribution partnership agreement with technology services distributor Telecom Brokerage (News - Alert), Inc. (TBI).
Thanks for the pact, the technology services distributor will be able to resell Voxox business solutions, including SIP trunking, VoIP termination and origination traffic, wholesale SMS, cloud phone and more.
Cloud Phone is the company’s new virtual PBX (News - Alert) service. Cloud Phone is intended to address the needs of business users who require specific telephony features that go beyond the scope and use cases of Voxox consumer applications but are more basic than the company’s hosted IP-PBX and SIP trunking business phone systems.
The all Web-based service provides a dedicated business telephone number, supports multiple users per account, and integrates sophisticated call routing and voicemail-to-email delivery within a sleek, simple design.
“TBI is highly respected throughout the communications industry, and it’s an honor to be on its carefully vetted list of partners,” said Bryan Hertz, CEO of Voxox, in a statement.
Hertz said that the company is thrilled to be working with TBI and its vast national distribution network, which will further expand and reinforce the reach of the Voxox Channel Partner (News - Alert) Program.
Ken Mercer, vice president of sales at TBI said that Voxox is known in the industry not only for robust, reliable service and competitive channel incentives, but also for an innovative product portfolio.
Telecom Brokerage, Inc., one of the nation’s largest technology services distributors, represents more than sixty industry providers. TBI offers a one-stop source for unbiased advice and the most aggressive pricing on telecom services from major providers of voice, Internet, data, mobility, cloud, and managed services.
“We are glad to offer Voxox SIP Trunking and wholesale solutions to our partners and believe there is a real opportunity for them to secure revenue growth with the Voxox services,” said Mercer.
Edited by Alisen Downey