Xelion has expanded its operations into the Republic of Ireland after securing Capstone as a channel partner. Capstone will now offer customers the Xelion cloud telephony service as part of its product portfolio. The new relationship will be managed by Dave Reynolds, Xelion UK Managing Director.
Xelion offers an open platform architecture that channel partners such as Capstone can configure to their unique customer needs. Unlike rival platforms, there are no hidden extras or chargeable bolt-ons with all features, even call-recording included with Xelion, as standard.
Capstone, with its headquarters in Dublin, also has offices in the City of London and Pennsylvania, USA. As a telecommunication technology company Capstone’s objective is to make communications simple for customers offering solutions that are easy to design, easy to deploy and easy to use.
Commenting on the new partnership with Xelion, Fergus Kelly CEO of Capstone said, “Capstone is a company that connects people using clever technology such as the Xelion cloud telephony platform. Our mission is to drive success and add value to our customers’ businesses by delivering top quality expert solutions in communications and work force management at a fair price. We believe in developing lasting relationships with suppliers like Xelion. Our supplier partners are key to our success and are integral to everything we do.”
For Xelion, Dave Reynolds stated, “Our partnership with Capstone and expansion into Ireland is an exciting new development for Xelion. Capstone have seen the value in Xelion’s open platform architecture. APIs allow CRM solutions and other third-party apps to be integrated seamlessly with the Xelion service, allowing Capstone to design a comprehensive Organised Communications solution for their customers. We look forward to a long and mutually profitable relationship.”
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