World VoIP NewsHalloo Comms enters the Google Market with its VoIP PBX
Halloo Comms enters the Google Market with its VoIP PBX
Company Halloo Communications, being a substantial industry player of cloud-based enterprise level telephony services along with deployment of virtual PBXs, is announced the release of its Halloo PBX telephony applications specifically designed for Google Applications Marketplace.
Once the Halloo Phone System is implemented, Google Apps consumers become enabled to configure their individual virtual PBX, featured with the utilities of auto attendants, phone calls re-routing and readdressing, call transfer and various other extremely useful features, traditionally associated with the classical, wired and specific hardware supported telephony systems. The innovative application can be leveraged by integrating customer’s existing phones, preventing any extra investments in forms of any additional expensive hardware. An unsurpassed feature of Halloo is that it is the first cloud phone service that delivers an on-request live agent, guaranteeing that businesses is not tuned to miss or drop inbound calls or inquiries. Remote attendants can connect their active deployed cellular phone numbers to associated Halloo Auto Attendant service, to conjoin a leveraged office to related customers, along with innovative features of Find-Me-Follow- Me Routing, voicemail to email, and conference phone calls increase individual performance in the network and ultimate accessibility.Having deployed Halloo PBX on Google Marketplace, small to middle businesses and detachments can effectively bring in Google consumers into Halloo environment, in order to launch a comprehensive call-stream within seconds. Also, the virtual PBX services is acquiring popularity as they massively improve intra-office synergy and overall customers satisfaction rates. Recent research paper from Infonetics Research described the industry of global PBX to get the revenue grown by 2 per cent. Research stipulates that whole industry of virtual PBX equipment market expanded by 6 per cent since its advent in 2010. The report also explained the economic records in US and Canada and EMEA challenged the PBX and unified communications industries in 2011, due to some restrictions of small and medium businesses to have the free funds in disposal to hire new workers at a rate that necessitated considerable sales of VoIP PBXs.’’The growth is really excellent news despite the near-zero last quarter of the year," stated Diane Myers, analyst for VoIP at Infonetics Research. The research also stated that the global VoIP PBX system market reached $8.43 billion in 2011, compared with previous $7.97 billion. The major PBX manufactures always were in a stringent competition to gain new clientele and retain existing ones as business continue to shift toward VoIP and UC solutions.
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