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Sangoma launches PBXact and SIPStation into UK

Sangoma Technologies has announced the launch of both Cloud PBXact UCaaS service and SIPStation SIP trunking service for the United Kingdom market.

PBXact Cloud is designed to provide small and medium businesses with an affordable, 100% OPEX, full-featured Unified Communication cloud solution providing mobile and distributed workforces the ability to connect from their smartphones and desktop phones, wherever they are, in the office, at home or travelling. SIPStation provides SIP trunking to small and medium businesses, which enables these businesses to utilize their existing internet connection to connect to their existing business phone system. This saves businesses money by removing the costly ISDN or analogue lines dedicated only to voice services, enables predictable monthly phone expenses due to bundled pricing, and empowers the business to purchase only the trunking capacity that it needs.

“We’ve had great success with our cloud offerings in North America. Bringing our proven cloud model to the UK market utilising Sangoma’s local UK operations, support and engineering presence, including using a UK data centre, will enable our customers to feel confident in their choice of Sangoma. Sangoma’s cloud-based telephony solutions include collaboration and unified communications features, thus offering superior value” said Bill Wignall, CEO of Sangoma Technologies. “Our goal is to provide enterprise functionality to businesses of all sizes and give them a competitive edge by providing advanced services for seamless communications wherever they are, and whenever they want.”

“Partnering with Sangoma has been a vital part of our VoIP marketing and sales strategy. Standardising on Sangoma technologies allows us to provide our clients with highly advanced communication systems with excellent ongoing support options. We highly recommend Sangoma for our client’s business telephony solutions” said David Johnson, Partner at RM Computing.

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