Pragma launches iPECS Cloud Mobile

Pragma has launched a new Cloud Mobile service in partnership with Tango Networks.

iPECS Cloud Mobile (iCM) delivers the functionality of iPECS Cloud onto a mobile handset native dialler. This removes the need for an additional mobile app, users can dial extension numbers, be members of hunt-groups, record calls and experience the same functionality as an iPECS IP handset on iPECS Cloud from their mobile phone by installing the iCM SIM.

Andy Herring, product marketing manager at Pragma commented, “2020 has become renowned for home working and getting used to working within virtual environments. As a result, launching iPECS Cloud Mobile into our Reseller channel will enable Pragma Partners to continue to be at the forefront of Cloud telephony offerings by delivering iPECS Cloud functionality to a remote mobile user.

“Our partnership with Tango Networks enabled us to put in place the foundations for a mobility service that will continue to grow and evolve with iPECS Cloud delivering great features for the end user and opportunity for our reseller channel.”

Philip Hesketh, head of channels EMEA at Tango Networks said, “Pragma is one of the leading lights in the UK Cloud Telephony channel. The opportunity to work with them to further strengthen their feature-rich Cloud platform was a no-brainer. In Pragma, we see a Partner and a Cloud Platform that perfectly fits our strategy for growth and development over the next 5 years and beyond.”

Craig Jones, technical director at DataKom, a Pragma Cloud Reseller, added, “This is just proof positive that Pragma is not content to sit back when it comes to Cloud. We decided to move to a 100% Cloud-centric sales strategy a few years back and iPECS Cloud was our platform of choice. iCM is just the latest in an exciting series of enhancements to be delivered to the iPECS Cloud platform and one that our salespeople can’t wait to take to our customers.”

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