Evolve IP has announced that it has acquired thevoicefactory. This strategic purchase is part of the company’s ongoing market development strategy, providing Evolve IP with additional distribution channels in the UK and Europe, a significant client base, and greater penetration of the hospitality, automotive, finance and legal verticals. Additionally, the company will add office locations in Fordingbridge, UK and Orlando, Florida as well as gain new data centers in the UK and United States.
Founded in 2009, thevoicefactory has more than 65,000 users in 21 countries via its extensive private label program. Thevoicefactory currently works with 35 resellers who will gain access to Evolve IP’s intellectual property and service delivery capabilities including: Web-based call management, an advanced omnichannel contact center, single-sign-on identity and access management, and a worldwide team of custom application developers.
“We are delighted to welcome thevoicefactory, their associates, and its worldwide partner community to the Evolve IP family,” said Guy Fardone, Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner of Evolve IP. “Combining Evolve IP’s intellectual property and OneCloudTM capabilities with thevoicefactory’s reseller channel will help us expand into new markets even faster and provide incredible growth opportunities for our suite of award-winning, analyst-acclaimed cloud services.”
“We are very excited to be joining Evolve IP and thrilled with the opportunities it provides for our associates and partners,” said Paul Harrison (pictured), CEO of thevoicefactory. “Evolve IP has developed significant intellectual property and a sophisticated service delivery platform that will be of great benefit to our partners and their clients. Additionally, their world-class, compliant OneCloud™ platform will provide a fantastic platform for clients to add new services. We’re looking forward to immediately contributing to Evolve IP’s international growth.” Thevoicefactory was advised on this transaction by Knight Corporate Finance with legal support from Mason Hayes.
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