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Intermedia starts Voip PBX system


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Company Intermedia, boasting to be as a premier provider of cloud communications services, has launched a hosted PBX VoIP system, as a solution in the cloud that integrates with Microsoft Exchange to provide cost effective, hosted unified communications services for companies of all sizes.
The Company based in New York, and Jonathan McCormick, Intermedia’s COO said, that as a largest Microsoft Exchange hosting provider, they firstly are rolling out the service to its existing Exchange clients first, and within a few months to its roster of 5,000-plus channel partners.

The hosted VoIP PBX system offering enables businesses to combine their IT expenses into less vendors, resulting in fewer bills and easy transitions, in according with Company’s official. Ax stated: “The offering gives IT VARs the chance to capture large voice revenues."

The VoIP PBX system is hosted by Intermedia and connects flawlessly to the hosted Exchange solution, delivering users the ability to utilize the program’s unified communications features, including voice mail to e-mail and click-to-call.

Similarly to the hosted Exchange service, the hosted VoIP PBX system is being operational via the company’s proprietary HostPilot Control Panel for one single point of control, McCormick said. End users have to have IP phones – either desktop or soft client – which are configured through a user name and password. No additional hardware is necessary to use with this service.

Main features of the hosted VoIP PBX system and service itself are the same as premise based PBX systems, including auto attendant, hunt groups, in-office dialing, find me/ follow me.

There are not many services providers, moving PBS systems to the cloud, and Intermedia is one of a them. In fact, hosted VoIP PBX system is a expanding area of opportunity for solution providers as they prone for ways to expand their business without added expense. A recent research from Infonetics , “Communication Expenditures and IP PBX Vendor Ratings: North American Enterprise Survey," found up, that the number of telephone extensions on hosted VoIP is expected to nearly double between 2010 and 2012, based on information from 113 North American organizations that use IP PBXs.


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