As part of a recently signed distribution agreement, King Technologies, a distributor of voice data and VoIP solutions, will now be offering the full suite of IPitomy’s (News - Alert) Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) -based business phone systems.
Chris Doyle, chief executive officer at King Technology, said, “We are pleased to now offer IPitomy to our nationwide telecommunications systems dealers and managed services provider channel as the product has demonstrated consistent market growth due to high quality, affordability, and is easier for our dealers to install and manage.”
King Technologies said that it chose IPitomy’s phone systems for their capability to deliver better overall customer value along with a rich feature set, high quality PBX (News - Alert) and telephone equipment and advanced unified communication applications.
IPitomy explained that its phone systems are 100 percent based on industry standards and then enhanced with unique IPitomy features to address customer needs. The company offers a complete business phone system including all of the traditional PBX system features that businesses have come to expect, along with features like messaging, music on hold, call queuing, Web based administration console and more.
King Technologies acknowledged that IPitomy provides an ‘all in one’ business communication platform designed to be extremely powerful, yet simple, flexible, and easy to use. The decision to offer IPitomy systems is part of the company’s commitment to maximize users’ business communication investment.
IPitomy noted that its business phone systems lets users remove boundaries by letting them connect remote workers and mobile employees with the office, improve their business communications by integrating their multi-site locations into one converged dialing plan, collaborate easily and affordably on webinars and meetings, and above all enjoy complete control over their communications systems.
In related news, IPitomy announced it recently helped businesses step into VoIP with its online training academy and its smart call routing powered VoIP technology.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson