Since their acquisition of Telux HD back in March the market has been anticipating a new Hosted product from communications technology experts Invosys.
Invosys Hosted is aimed at companies wishing to replace CPE or for smaller companies that require a larger switchboard functionality at a lower cost. Designed to integrate with Number Manager, it benefits from all of the key features of the platform, layered with the innovative additions that Hosted can provide.
Invosys boasts impressive resilience with zero down time in the past 12 months.
Peter Crooks from Invosys explains more, “We are thrilled to launch our new Hosted product this week. Innovation and breaking the mould is what we do best at Invosys and while the majority of of VoIP companies are simply reselling someone else’s product, we have decided to throw out the rule book and do it ourselves – and do it better.
“Two years in the making and utilising the very best specialist resources, we are offering a truly independent and cutting edge platform which we have the freedom to build upon, ensuring we stay ahead of the curve for many years to come.“
Invosys has ambitious plans to capitalise on the impending changes to the voice market in the UK and beyond. It follows the company’s recent acquisition of VoIP platform developers Telux HD, in a bold move to enhance the Invosys product suite, tech capability and customer offering with cutting edge voice technology.
Rob Booth from Invosys said, “Invosys are on a mission to create change and offer choice in the channel, providing an alternative and encouraging customers to try something new and exciting, which is simpler and ultimately, more effective for their business.
“It’s always been our aim to lead from the front and to set the bar higher with ground-breaking product development and Invosys Hosted is a perfect example of this”.
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