Telecoms specialist Exchange Communications has announced a new venture with NFON and has been named a platinum reseller (the highest level of partner status) of NFON’s hosted telephony platform.
The new partnership will see Exchange Communications as a reseller of the carrier-grade, enterprise-level cloud solution, which enables high quality voice connections via a central telephone system managed by NFON in high-availability geo-redundant data centres.
Tom Sime, MD of Exchange Communications, said: “NFON’s Cloud Telephone System is a seamless product, which offers excellent flexibility and scalability, and is the perfect solution for organisations of any size.
“A complete, unified solution, offering everything from multi-office connectivity and mobile to call coaching and forwarding, it features a host of features that can be tailored to your business’ needs with no additional cost.
“As more and more businesses look to move to the cloud for their telephony needs, this is exactly the kind of solution the market needs and we are confident this is the start of a lasting partnership between Exchange Communications and NFON.”
Andy Moules, Channel Account Manager at NFON UK, said: “We are thrilled to add Exchange Communications to our revered portfolio of resellers. There is a huge market opportunity for cloud telephony and we are confident we are equipping them with the best product on the market.”
Headquartered in Munich, NFON is the only true pan-European service provider of Cloud Telephone Systems offering a solution made in Germany. The Company serves more than 15,000 business customers in 13 European countries.
Exchange Communications was established in 1990, and has grown over 28 years to become one of the most successful and largest independent telecommunications companies in the UK.
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