pbxnsip Inc., a leader in SIP-based IP-PBX software for both Microsoft Windows and Linux environments, has appointed Alloy Computer Products as the Australian distributor of its flagship software IP-PBX – pbxnsip.
“We are very pleased to be working with Alloy, who are well known and respected in the Australian ITC industry as a leading supplier of VoIP products”, said Tom Mullaney, global sales director at pbxnsip Inc.
“pbxnsip is a best-of-class solution for organisations who want to leverage existing and future investment into VoIP equipment. Alloy will do a great job bringing their expertise with VoIP technologies to bear in the promotion of pbxnsip, and the support of customers”.
The pbxnsip IP-PBX is a powerful yet simple-to-deploy solution for companies needing a world class software IP-PBX communications system from as few as ten to thousands of extensions in local and hosted modes. pbxnsip can be utilised in Microsoft Windows and Linux environments.
“We are building phone systems that offer great value to our customers”, Mullaney went on to say.
“Organisations using pbxnsip really value the enhanced presence that our product brings - no matter what your role may be, or where you are located, pbxnsip ensures that you are accessible to your customers and contacts. Desktop phone, cell phone, home office, on the road, you are always in touch".
Greg Round, product development manager at Alloy, is particularly impressed with flexibility and modularity of pbxnsip. “The product has a great feature set, components of which users can purchase and implement to meet their particular requirements – and you can download a fully featured free trial version before making any commitments”.
Alloy Computer Products commences distribution of pbxnsip in February 2008, and the product will be showcased at a number of events in the first half of the year, including a Reseller Roadshow (March 2008) and at Alloy’s annual presence as an Exhibitor at CeBIT (stand B60, Sydney, May 2008)