SIP phones offer high cost savings for the users. Needless to say, they are getting popular with small and medium businesses for which cutting cost is an important criterion in their business.
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America has announced that the company introduced Telesphere (News - Alert) as a Panasonic SIP Hosted Preferred Partner in its new program. Apart from providing high quality Panasonic SIP phones, this new partnership will also provide improved service features, a very important aspect of this business.
The partnership forms an ideal combination of Panasonic's (News - Alert) award-winning SIP phones and its extensive reseller network and service and support from Telesphere. This means the hosted phone solution that the customers will use will now provide improved support for multi-site and remote workers.
Telesphere has one of the largest cloud communication platforms in U.S. and its cloud communication network improves the business agility of the company. Along with cloud, the company also provides a redundant MPLS network and advanced UC product suite.
Panasonic SIP phones provide smooth conversations with HD voice quality. They are easy to handle and consume less power, when compared to traditional phones. It is also easy to deploy and there are lots of choices available for the customers.
“Telesphere understands that a comprehensive communication system, especially when serving multiple locations across the nation, is critical to productivity in today's businesses," said Kim Murtagh, Product Manager for Communications at Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. "That is exactly why we are in partnership with Panasonic and its highly-trained BTS reseller community. Together, we offer customers a complete suite of hosted PBX (News - Alert) offerings that is not only affordable, but flexible, feature-rich and backed by the continuous and ongoing support that businesses across the country require to succeed.”
Recently, T3i Group released market information which stated that the company led the small business telephone market in 2012.
Edited by Ryan Sartor