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BluIP Joins EchoPlace to Improve Working Efficiency and Boost Customer Experience
November 08, 2012
A company specializing in cloud-based contact centers, Echopass Corporation, announced that enterprise BluIP has joined the program of EchoPlace Partnership. While improving working efficiency, facilitating time and promoting the corporate legacy assets, Echopass and its partnership network aim at providing solutions that boost customer experience and retention rates.
Thanks to the collaborated BluIP's Hosted PBX (News - Alert) services, at a fraction of the cost of a classical PBX, it delivers a full cloud-based telephony system and removes the cumbersome procedures of acquiring and maintaining an expensive on premises-inbuilt PBX.
BluIP Hosted PBX delivers boosted capabilities in business telephony applications, but is arranged and kept in a safe cloud industry. Corporate customers can get their whole customer support and contact center engines cloud-connected, paired with Echopass in a resilient solution. A broad spectrum of versatility, scalability and much less TCO operational benefits are provided by the combined cloud-based tool.
"Having conjoined efforts with EchoPlace, we're capable to extend the reach for Hosted PBX deep into the large corporations segment, and work together with the market leader for managed and cloud-based call center," commented Jacob Lee, senior VP of Business Development at BluIP.
David Tso, senior VP, Product and Strategy at Echopass, stated that for an integrated customer product, its EchoPlace Partner Network keeps the growing rate through carefully chosen best in breed partners who know the cloud environment and deliver complementary services. With both the call center and PBX managed in the cloud, BluIP assists in addressing the demands of big enterprises who seek a more cloud-based environment.
To deliver their collaborated applications to large enterprises, Echopass along with the BluIP have already worked together to replace the legacy premises based ones, as well as PBX hardware with a mighty cloud-based environment.
Edited by Brooke Neuman
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