Utah-based Telarus now is using Vocal IP’s hosted VoIP in its new corporate office and in satellite locations across the country. But Telarus and Vocal IP were well-known to each other before then. That’s because Telarus agents have been selling Vocal IP’s products since 2009.
"We chose Vocal IP Networx as a vendor because we know the people and their product," Adam Edwards, president of Telarus, said in a press release. "After a thorough review, we decided that Vocal IP Networx's core expertise, monitoring systems and price point made this the best fit for our business."
In addition to hosted VoIP, Telarus is using Vocal IP’s dedicated Internet access, which runs on a nationwide MPLS network and operates via BroadSoft switches.
Vocal IP specializes in VoIP, network and cloud computing services for SMBs. Telarus is a master agent representing 30 service providers.