VoIP provider Taridium LLC said T4G Ltd., a project-based provider of IT services, has implemented its ipbx enterprise VoIP platform.
The product gives T4G an open-standards solution with 24/7 monitoring and software support.
T4G chose Taridium’s ipbx solution after it experienced significant growth and added offices, increasing its telecommunication expenses, the company said. Outgrowing its Windows PBX, T4G elected to employ infrastructure that used VoIP and supported SIP.
“In my research I came across several SIP-based solutions from the major telecommunications vendors,” said Michael Cottenden, CTO and co-founder of T4G. “The cost for those solutions was around $200,000. T4G is a value-conscious organization and these solutions were definitely not in line with our corporate values.”
Cottenden explained that T4G wanted a product that “could still offer us the flexibility of full access to the dialplan and, most importantly, a Web interface for the employee. Most of our employees are in the office one day and at a client site the next. That means employees require the ability to modify their own call routing on a daily basis. The features of the Taridium ipbx product are exactly what we were looking for. The Taridium team provided us with a clean remote installation of the ipbx software, and we were up and running in a very short time. Their built-in phone provisioning makes deploying SIP phones a breeze.”
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June 12 2019 @ 21:58:18 UTC