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Vitelity’s vMobile Helps Partners Capitalize on Smartphone Market

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CHANNEL PARTNERS VoIP technology provider Vitelity (Booth 7037) is announcing the availability of vMobile, a new service that provides full integration between the vMobile smartphone and any SIP-enabled PBX telephone system.

This allows you to use a complete PBX feature set, regardless of whether you’re in the office. Vitelity says vMobile is the first product or service that brings this full integration to market without relying on data, Wi-Fi, call-forwarding or downloaded apps. All integration and functionality are native to the vMobile smart phone.

With vMobile, customers can use both their office phones and their vMobile smartphones to transfer, park and pickup calls; set up secured internal conferencing; participate in call queues; record and monitor calls for quality assurance; analyze call reporting; and dial interoffice.

An additional feature of vMobile is its ability to switch between Wi-Fi and cellular, optimizing access for users. Using this technology, customers can cut mobile phone spending by as much as 75% based on a typical carrier plan of $90 per month, the company said.

Vitelity says vMobile gives resellers and channel partners an opportunity to capitalize on the growing smartphone market. Customers are actively looking for smartphone solutions, and by incorporating vMobile into their product portfolio, resellers are able to enter that market with the most innovative business solution available, the company added.

The integration of the PBX system and the vMobile smartphone increases the efficiency of our resellers customers by allowing them to use their PBX functionality whether they are in the office, on the road, or working from home,” noted Scott Navratil, executive vice president, Vitelity.


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