Its been a busy month for Appia Communications. Not long after introducing a new hosted VoIP offering, the managed communications and network services provider announced SIP trunking with no call-path limitations.
“Call path restrictions do not adapt to customers’ changing requirements,” said Victor von Schlegell, Appia’s president. “Customers need their phone services to support marketing campaigns, seasonal changes in workforce levels, cyclical call volumes, and so forth. SIP trunks should enable not limit customers as these demands arise.”
“We continue to simplify our products to address our customers’ needs,” said Jason Ulm, vice president of channel sales at Appia. “Customers get to decide how many concurrent calls to make as they need them for a consistent and predictable price.”
Appia focuses on small to midsize companies. Its solutions are designed to help customers minimize capital investments, reduce costs, improve customer care, enhance employee productivity and compete more effectively against larger enterprises.
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