One of the advantages of dealing with a telecom broker or master agent is gaining access to solutions that are a unique fit for your company, without having to research, procure and deploy technology on your own. Master agent Telecom Brokers understands this and is now helping its customers in the next-generation communications solutions space.
The company has partnered with OnSIP, a cloud PBX (News - Alert) and communications services provider, to offer a host of solutions through its global network of agents. Telecom Brokers is in a prime position to offer services, and the master agent provides a host of phone and Internet services as well as MPLS and cloud computing, with offerings from more than 60 service providers throughout the world.
OnSIP is a valuable addition to Telecom Brokers’ offerings, providing features like InstaCall, which lets customers quickly and easily add on-click video sales and support to their websites. The service uses WebRTC to enable seamless video communications and marketing intelligence without the need for any downloads or plugins, and is interoperable with OnSIP’s suite of hosted PBX solutions as well as the PSTN.
"With their breakthrough WebRTC solution and unique approach to pricing their Hosted VoIP services, OnSIP adds scope and choice to the Telecom Brokers’ portfolio," said Nancy Ridge (News - Alert), vice president of Telecom Brokers. "We are excited to bring these new solutions to our agent partners."
OnSIP also has other attractive features for Telecom Brokers and its partners, including pay-as-you-go pricing and the flexibility to support BYOD. The company owns and operates its own platform and also provides APIs for custom integrated solutions.
Telecom Brokers’ services range from hosted PBX, SIP trunking and IVR/contact center solutions to a broad range of cloud and managed services. These include desktop as a service, UC solutions, help desk services, security as a service and hosted PBX Lync integration, all of which are exceptionally valuable to business customers of all sizes.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson