Altura Capital – a management entrepreneurial consulting services firm that offers services to institutional investors and emerging managers – reportedly has selected M5’s hosted VoIP business phone system for scalability and feature richness.
M5 officials said that the entrepreneurial company selected their hosted VoIP for its scalability and feature richness. Officials said that the user Web portal allows user to add and remove phone profile top adjust to staff levels from anywhere with an intent connection.
According to officials, relationship tracking is crucial to the way Altura operates, and the CRM software integration M5 has with Salesforce effectively compiles the necessary data for analysis.
All call logs are recorded and notes. Anyone with company login access scan access these records from anywhere.
“The M5 solution caters to the needs of entrepreneurial firms, delivering efficient and effective high quality phone service with technologically advanced feature sets that are now essential to the way our business functions,” said Michel Rodriguez, operations manager and research Analyst at Altura.
M5 Networks (News - Alert) provides business-strength VoIP systems, delivered as a disaster-proof, Internet-based hosted service. The company’s delivery model facilitates the rapid deployment of advanced phone system functionality and drives a consistent voice experience as businesses become increasingly dispersed.
Recently, M5 Networks announced that ContentNext Media, the media and information company covering the business of digital media and parent of paidContent.org, selected M5’s hosted VoIP for integrated business communications to seamlessly connect its remote workforce and maximize staff efficiency.
Seamless call routing and transferring is a necessity for the growing media company’s distributed workforce. M5’s hosted VoIP service keeps ContentNext on the cutting edge by maximizing staff efficiency and providing the latest technology and feature sets without the hassle of management.
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Edited by Michael Dinan