World VoIP NewsFibernetics introduces new cloud based VoIP PBX solution
Fibernetics introduces new cloud based VoIP PBX solution
One of the most dynamically growing telecommunications companies Fibernetics has announced the release of its new business VoIP application branding solution NEWT.
Enabling to save the overall up to 50 and even 80 percent on companies’ monthly telecommunications bills as well as delivering clients a smooth voice functionalities, this solution appears attached with cloud base PBX software. NEWT prevents the operational expenditures related with the processing of several business communications lines, replacing them with one streamlined calls forwarding utility. It can also be expanded by means of a higher bandwidth, better and simpler accessibility, multimedia connectivity of voice and data processing, as well as fully private and secure methodology for the voice. In a special press release, Chris Lehman, VP at Fibernetics commented, "We always have been committed on a one stop window - the network as well as phone line provider, and we have created the NEWT Managed PBX Platform. Deploying NEWT customers select a provider that has the network, installed the application and deliver effective integration, mounting, coaching and technical support - there is no similar offers compared with this on the market." The innovative cloud based PBX system contains merely unlimited conference bridging, multimedia voice functionalities, call recording and mobile integration in augmentation to more than 50 other dedicated features to improve communications for businesses of almost all sizes. "The unique element of our product is that we maintain everything. There are no hidden fees presented or up sells of any kind. Our clients are saving considerably by means of NEWT," John Stix, CMO of Fibernetics continued. "A comprehensive research of Discount Car and Truck Rental's head offices has found NEWT to be a utility of day-to-day operations with average saving of $2,000 per month and acquired doubled speed of Internet networking operations."
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