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ANPI Partners with TCG for Hosted UC Sales

By Kimberly Koerth
January 30, 2014 - News

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ANPI has a new partnership with master agent Telecom Consulting Group of Florida. TCG agents can now sell ANPI VIP, a full-featured hosted Unified Communications solution with seamless integrated mobility and audio/video collaboration tools.

TCG will also have access to ANPI's support staff, commission structure and other elements of the ANPI Premier Partner program. 

“The market is moving from a traditional PBX to Hosted Unified Communications and it’s the first step towards true virtualization and business continuity," TCG partner Dan Pirigyi said. "The ANPI offering is extremely aggressive. The product set is unique and the personalized customer portal should be a hit with our agents nationwide. But that’s not the only reason we chose ANPI; they also have a strong management team and excellent local support."

ANPI VIP incorporates a full-featured IP PBX, mobile access, content sharing and conferencing, along with system features such as call recording, fax, video, chat and Web meetings. ANPI VIP simplifies managing and monitoring through an innovative, widget-based Customer Administrator Portal that allows complete and easy control of the entire system and all user features, the company said.

The ANPI Premier Partner Program is designed as a three-pronged approach to provide partners with access to the product portfolio, support systems and rewarding commission structure. ANPI gives its partners the training and tools they need to deliver cost savings to their customers, as well as generous recurring revenue for themselves.

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