Axiatel, an online portal for virtual office solutions was founded by Axialys Group, a European telecom service provider and supplier of custom corporate telecom solutions. Axiatel has recently become an independent enterprise.
The newly independent Axiatel is expected to continue its current commitment towards innovation, and will search for ways to improve the quality of services for SMEs, entrepreneurs, and professionals all over the world.
As a result of the spin-off, Axiatel is expected to reveal several new products in various markets, and as a prelude to such releases, the company website will undergo a transformation. A new Axiatel newsletter is also slated for release. Now, users can sign up directly from the new main page, which will be contain information about company products, innovations and promotions from Axiatel.com.
In keeping with the times, Axiatel has interaction with social media such as LinkedIn and Facebook (News - Alert). This connection makes it easy to follow events and news associated with the company. In addition to the company Web site, product information is available through its videos on YouTube (News - Alert) and presentations are available on SlideShare.
Axiatel is an international leader in VOIP and FOIP solutions for business executives, entrepreneurs and small business and specializes in services that enable business to be conducted remotely using SIP, VOIP and PBX (News - Alert) systems. Thus it serves the dual purpose of not only staying mobile but also helping to manage faxes and audio and video conferencing.
Available in nine countries, Axiatel is committed to the environment and to promoting sustainable business practices. It allows collaborators to join the conference at the rate of a local call regardless of where they are calling from.
In a related news release, Axiatel, the European Internet fax to e-mail services provider, announced further expansion of its fax to e-mail service coverage overseas. It is already present in Italy, Spain, U.K., Belgium and France and spans over 4,000 cities worldwide.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard