Gaining increasing recognition for its small business telephone system, TalkSwitch (News
) provides its customers with an easy-to-use phone solution at an affordable cost. At recommended retail prices starting from GBP499 ($759.56),
TalkSwitch features built-in voicemail, auto-attendant greetings, call forwarding to mobiles, remote management, and support for both analogue and IP handsets for up to 16 extensions, with modular growth to 64.
"TalkSwitch is an established and proven product in the UK, delivering an exceptional value. We are especially pleased to have been chosen as the strategic partner for the UK market. TalkSwitch offers our channel partners a very cost-competitive and versatile solution for their SME customers," said David Marshall, technical director at ICON.
"We are very pleased to partner with ICON to build on the increasing popularity of TalkSwitch in the UK market. ICON is an experienced value-added distributor specializing in VoIP products, with nationwide regional account managers, and a strong focus on channel and technical support," stated Jan Scheeren, president and CEO, TalkSwitch.
TalkSwitch is a premier developer of easy-to-use phone systems for small and multi-location businesses. The company has sold over 35,000 phone systems that small businesses rely on every day. With a growing global network of resellers, distributors and partners, TalkSwitch hybrid phone systems are transforming the way small businesses communicate.
Independent Computer Owners Network has more than 15 years experience of supplying and supporting communications based IT applications. Today it is a top UK distributor of the VoIP and DECT (News
) systems and unified messaging solutions. ICON covers England, Scotland, Wales, and N Ireland through a network of dealers. It has helped its dealers provide converged IT and communications solutions into many of the UK's best known FTSE companies.
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