SIP Print has announced that Technology Marketing Corporation has named SIP Print (News - Alert) Call Recording as a recipient of a 2009 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award.
The Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award recognizes the vision, leadership, and thoroughness that are characteristics of the prestigious award. Rich Tehrani, CEO at TMC (News - Alert), said that SIP Print has been recognized with a 2009 Product of the Year Award for its admirable efforts in the advancement of voice and video communications.
"SIP Print Call Recording has shown benefits for its customers and provides ROI for the companies that use it," Tehrani said.
SIP Print appliances offer easy installation, simple maintenance and operation, and scalability to support the expansion of high-growth small-medium businesses. SIP Print is compatible and easily integrated with pure SIP-based communications systems and support hybrid VoIP systems as well. The company's SIP call recording systems are SIP 2.0-compliant and CALEA-compliant, and are available through distributors, resellers, and OEMs worldwide.
"SIP Print's 2009 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award coincides with the ever increasing market demand in the marketplace -- across a wide spectrum of industries with strong call recording requirements, such as financial services, legal, healthcare, automotive, call centers, energy, manufacturing, government and first responders," said Don Palmer (News - Alert), CEO at SIP Print.
The most innovative products and services brought to the market from March 2008 through March 2009 were chosen as winners of the Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award.
Earlier this year in February, SIP Print released appliances in its codec offerings. Incorporating its flagship VoIP call recording system, the company offered its customers scalable and operational capabilities with the codec appliance release.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny