Frameworx has partnered with US based bvoip to expand its coverage in the UK and Ireland.
Frameworx provides consultancy, global distribution services and venture capital to software vendors seeking to establish themselves in international markets. bvoip provides a range of cloud unified communications solutions designed to be leveraged by TSPs and their immediate client bases. This partnership will see Frameworx grow bvoip’s market presence internationally, expanding its coverage and driving revenue.
Adam Samuels, Founder, Frameworx commented, “Our background is in providing innovative, industry leading solutions to Technology Service Providers across EMEA, in particular the UK and Ireland. If TSPs want to grow, diversify and thrive they need best in class solutions for their own businesses while at the same time a high-performance platform to wrap services around for end-users – bvoip delivers all these benefits, and more.”
Frameworx partnered with bvoip following its successful launch of another North American TSP focused solution – Liongard. Frameworx has exceeded expectations in growing Liongard’s international partner base and is excited about the prospect of adding another solution to its portfolio.
George Bardissi, CEO, bvoip commented “The UK and Ireland are important markets for us and we are excited about this partnership. Frameworx has a strong track record of relationship building and software sales in the UK IT and TSP arena. Having a local strategic partner that understands our business, can assist with client acquisition, and knows how to effectively recruit and grow partners is critical to our success for 2019 and beyond.”
bvoip has developed a centralised voice management platform for TSPs to maintain Cloud PBXs and remote phone endpoints from a single pane of glass.
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