World VoIP NewsSnom and Sipaura are looking for 'Intelligence in VoIP Communications
Snom and Sipaura are looking for 'Intelligence in VoIP Communications
In frames of common trends of converges and acquisitions in VoIP industry, IP phone provider snom is looking forward to boost its presence in the UK market by adhereing to a strategy described by company officials as “attacking the converging market from both ends.”
Therefore, snom is getting into partnership with Sipaura Communications to provide “intelligence in communications” as stated in official press release.
As noted Sipaura Communications representative Tim Alden the partnership is about to conjoin “rock-solid German engineering in the form of the snom ONE plus with a level of support other manufacturers normally reserve for their Platinum partners.’’
Jonathan Greenwood, Managing Director of snom UK defined the awareness of marketing potentials and explained that Sipaura “have presented us with an opportunity to access this market.” The way Greenwood explains it, the IP-based snom packages are pitched as high-end, secure, reliable and cost-effective products for the UK telecoms SMB market, and with Sipaura as their new wingman, the can “get this message out.”
Recent press releases from snom indicated that snom University has declared a series of North American events, including two-day dedicated workshops in Massachusetts and Texas. Snom University is a specific tailored coaching and certification program filled up with webinars, online courses, and face-to-face classroom lessons. All previous setting of the educational program were based on distant learning, on webcasts and online courses, but as company officials stated, the classroom training program is “the flagship forum of snom University and the only way to become a Certified Value Added Reseller for snom products.” Successful individual participants will also be officially certified as “snom Certified Engineers.” All interested can register for a training session on the snom dedicated internet site. None any exact formal prerequisites for the program are defined, but participants are expected to have “an in-depth knowledge of TCP/IP, SIP, VoIP and telecommunication technologies, and it is preferable for candidates to have a basic knowledge of snom products,” as described by company officials.
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