World VoIP NewsH2 Telecom enters the Whaleback Systems Partnership programH2 Telecom enters the Whaleback Systems Partnership program

H2 Telecom enters the Whaleback Systems Partnership program


H2 Telecom enters the Whaleback Systems Partnership program
Hosted VoIP provider company H2 Telecom has joined industry-well reputed Whaleback CrystalBlue Partner Program as an authorized reseller. Due to the agreement, H2 Telecom now is fully endorsed to present Whaleback's managed voice services to small and medium enterprises in order to provide end-to-end, business- class voice services.
"We looked at numerous vendors and found Whaleback's solutions, expertise and support to be the perfect fit for our company," said Keith Haviland, president of H2 Telecom, "For our clients faced with having to replace an aging phone system, Whaleback's Managed Solution is a great fit because clients can significantly reduce costs while gaining new capabilities that can help streamline their business."

H2 Telecom operates in the fields of VoIP, MPLS, DR/Collocation services, mega bandwidth items, as well as traditional telecoms products, thus helping small to medium sized businesses keep under control their telecoms expenses by offering customers a full spectrum of solutions. "H2 Telecom understands the challenges that small and medium sized enterprises face when replacing an outdated phone system. By partnering with Whaleback Systems , they are now able to provide a business phone solution that is simple and reliable, enhances productivity, and designed to reduce capital and operating costs," said Melodye Mueller, vice president of strategic sales for Whaleback Systems.

Whaleback Systems is a provider of cloud-based managed voice services for small and medium enterprises. Recently Whaleback Systems has rolled out CrystalBlue Lite, a new managed voice service for businesses that will be offered by carriers and service providers selling SIP trunking services. CrystalBlue Lite features a new architecture for the delivery of managed VoIP services through the carrier channel. Company representatives boast that this enables SMBs to employ enterprise-class business telephony services and eliminates capital expenditure costs.

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